Not just a one day event, I'm blogging every day about what I'm thankful for

I love Holiday weeks. But it means cramming the same amount of work into fewer hours. What it really means is staying on task. It also means staying away from WordPress and Facebook and Twitter. I feel so out of touch with everyone.

But it was a very productive week. Good things got accomplished.

Soren has worn me out in the evenings though. I haven’t had any reading time (and that keeps my life in balance). But, of course, I wouldn’t trade my time with him for anything. We have been busy making memories. My books will be there this weekend.

Off tomorrow to take him home. That will be a long, tiring day. It will be a minimum of 9 hours driving. But I will try and at least listen to an audio book after I drop him off.

Today I’m most thankful for staying focused on some worthwhile projects. I’m thankful for my grandson time. And I’m thankful I’m taking him home tomorrow.

He loved his time outside sitting on tractors, pushing around his bubble mower and even time in my office this morning reading.

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By the way, I plan to do zip this weekend. Eat, sleep and read…and not necessarily in that order

Comments on: "Thanksgiving Project – Long Short Week" (3)

  1. Such a cutie. xx

  2. I love where you said you were grateful to spend time with him and yet grateful to take him home. Imagine my poor mum and my four boys. You gals could swap stories that would make single women with no kids cry.

  3. He’s adorable! My youngest son is with his grandparents spending quality time (being spoiled rotten) this week, too.

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