Saturday, March 1, 2014

Is it March yet?

Wow - how the time is whizzing by, in a haze over the past few months.

So very happy that February is over! The last day of the month went out with a bang - I had to go to the doctor to discuss some complications with my health, someone hit my car on the way home from the doctor's visit, & then drove off after he motioned that we should both pull over. No one was hurt, luckily. I picked up the other car so that M could repair the minor damage, and got a huge screw in my tire.

We also have a hole in our roof (rental house, not ours, thank goodness), which means we've had people in & out trying to get things dry, and repair the roof. A giant tarp is currently attached to our roof, but blew off last night during a storm.

Ahhhhhh, yes. Life is very complicated sometimes, isn't it? :-)

On the agenda for today:

  1. Yoga
  2. A walk, rain or shine. I'm a Washington girl - I can handle it!
  3. Take the boys to see the Legos movie, as promised
  4. Bake cookies.
  5. Run a few errands (produce stand, Rite Aid)
  6. Set March goals
  7. Review Feb goals
  8. Build a menu for the week
  9. Update our budget
  10. Do the laundry
  11. Help the kiddos with a couple of homework projects
That should do the trick! What's on your to do list for today? It's very stormy here, so it will mostly be an inside day - perfect for getting things done around the house.


  1. Sounds like yoga and cookies are definitely in order after that week. Maybe some wine too :)

  2. Yikes, that's a nasty end of the month... I hope, March is much nicer to you and yours!

  3. A hole in the roof? Oh my! That should be fixed as soon as possible. You should ask your landlord for immediate repair of the said problem. You shouldn’t endure the complications given by a roof damage, right? I hope it’s fixed by now. :)

    Amber Moore

  4. It’s already a huge hassle when there’s a roof repair going on, and then add to that the storm that blew off the tarp covering. Talk about life making things more complicated than it already is. Haha! It’s good to know you fared well with that, along with other things you had on your plate back then. Take care!

    Mathew Robinson @ Browns Roofing Company LLC