It's Monday morning. I'm starting my second week of being home. So much to do; so little time, really. As always, I'm amazed at how quickly a week passes. This is also my last week of having the house to myself. The solitude stops when Max and Kendall finish school for the year. Today, I find myself thinking about how I can really manage my time during the day. In the course of a regular day, I need to:
Keep the house picked up
Find time for meditation/quiet
And along with all of those things, I want to get a website started (or at the very least, get my Etsy store up and running again). Designing a website is something that I've been dragging my feet on since I have no idea where to start with it. But this is also a time for new explorations. I just need to take a few deep breaths and know that Rome was not built in a day.
We had a fabulous, relaxing weekend filled with biking, a football game and kayaking. I was sad to see it come to an end. Here are some photos:
Yesterday at the lake. Even Kendall got out and paddled ;)
Kendall's newly improved room, which my mother and I did on Friday. Needless to say, by the time Kendall came home on Sunday, she was a happy girl.