Generally, I find the first month of the year to be exceedingly long, particularly in a year with a severe lack of snow. Something, however, happened this year and the month of January flew by me. When I rolled out of bed this morning to half-heartedly welcome a new work week and month, I wished for another January day - preferably a Sunday. As I considered why I was so tired, I thought I would share what the last week in January 2010 entailed for me.
Tuesday 1/26 - An appointment in the morning followed by lunch with the girls in Woodstock
at the Little Bear.
Wednesday 1/27 - Meeting after school and finally an evening at home!
Thursday 1/28 - Volunteered to help at the Hope for Haiti event - made mad mojitos!
Following my bartending stint, headed to Dale Miller to say hi to the hubby
and then met a friend at New World Bistro Bar for a glass of wine - home by
Friday 1/29 - Took the boys to Crossgates to address Liam's need for new sneakers. Dinner
at Johnny Rockets - a greasy crowd pleaser.
Saturday 1/30 - Spinning class, housecleaning, manicure then work at McGuire's
Sunday 1/31 - Brunch for 6 at home - Eggs Benedict, more housecleaning and then to
dp's/Yono's for Tom's holiday party.
And that, my friends was a pretty typical week in the life. On deck for this week - Science Fair Project (I despise the Science Fair), a retirement dinner and the first episode of the last season of LOST. And hopefully a recoup of my energy so I can write something that is more than a regurgitation of my week's activities.