Archive for November 21st, 2005


Monday, November 21st, 2005

This weekend was crazy. Saturday’s are suppose to be relaxing, right.
We had Super Saturday for Relief Society. (that’s when we do different crafts for a morning). It started at nine but I decided to sleep in and got there more around 10:30. I brought Eden, who thankfully was an angel, and I was able to do my craft. I fed her before I left at 1:00. Then I dropped her off at home with Jon and Lilah, they had been outside cleaning up and playing. I went shopping and got home around 2:00.
Then Jon made cole slaw for dinner while I cleaned up the house. He had a priesthood meeting at 4:00, so he went to that, while I stayed home to prepare the rest of dinner. We had the missionaries over, so we had hamburgers.
They got here a little late, so we rushed through dinner because there was an adult meeting at 7:00 pm. This weekend was stake conference.
Then I got home around 9:00 and we put our girls to bed. It was just busy. Jon had wanted to tear some of the tiles in the bathroom out, but that didn’t happen with all that was going on. Maybe this week after Thanksgiving.

I registered for classes this past week. I was able to get two classes that qualify for the Foreign culture credit online- so I’m taking History of the French and The Bible as literature. I know there will tons of reading next semester, so I don’t particularly look for ward to that, but I don’t want to take the chance that I won’t be able to get into of them my last semester and then need to take a class on-campus to fulfill that requirement, since I need six credits in Foreign Culture. I’ll probably also have one on-campus class next semester, but I may be able to get them all on-line, if I play my cards right, and the classes I want aren’t full. I just can’t believe that in a year I will more than likely have a degree and then I can be done with school forever, or until I want a higher degree or different one. It just seems that I’ve been going to school for so long that I don’t know what I’ll do when I’m done. Though I’m sure my two kids will keep me busy and any other that come along after that.