I always have the best-laid plans for the weekends to get some extra blog work done. Little secret, it hasn’t happened yet. I am either trying to get other stuff done or find myself with zero energy and do basically nothing. I am over here trying. But it seems I work better during the week lately. With this 2021 Catch the Moment 365 Week 14, I think it was just your average week around here. Nothing super exciting, but just those everyday fills.
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Today I am tired. Super tired. But I finally got real clothes on and my hair straightened. But no walk as of yet, still hoping for a later one with Jason, but we’ll see. If it doesn’t happen, it doesn’t happen. I could have seriously taken a good nap today, but I didn’t. I am sitting here just trying to get this up and see where the rest of the evening leads me.
Care to see our pretty normal average week? Keep scrolling.
2021 Catch the Moment 365 Week 14
Day 92 – Friday, April 2nd – Roxy said, no pictures, Mommy. We did some errands, and we were getting ready to head into PetSmart, which she was very excited about. Little did she know I would make her sit in the cart to shop because I didn’t want to pick up pee and poop every two seconds by myself.
Day 93 – Saturday, April 3rd – Just a little reading for some self-care on this Saturday afternoon.
Day 94 – Sunday, April 4th – I’ve been craving a lemon drop. Which led me to searching for a good virgin lemon drop to try. This one was okay but not perfect. There was some zing missing. I plan to find a couple good ones and share them here. So stay tuned as I try some.
Day 95 – Monday, April 5th – A late walk when Jason got home from work found us closer to downtown then I’d go by myself. These cute tulips caught my eye.
Day 96 – Tuesday, April 6th – More tulip finds, aren’t they pretty? These were out on Roxy’s and I normal walk.
Day 97 – Wednesday, April 7th – Time for a nap. And a little relaxing beforehand. The Invisible Ones by Stef Penney was rather good, not quite what I was expecting. A gypsy goes missing, and a private detective searches for her. Chapters go back and forth between the detective and a boy from the gypsy family the woman went missing from.
Day 98 – Thursday, April 8th – This belly growing thing is so weird. I am not huge by its popping more and more and blows me away each look.
How was your week?