Monday, September 28, 2009

No Menu Here

Weeks like this upcoming one are one reason why I don't bother with a dinner menu most weeks...although after the completely boring weekend I had (family trip was canceled and then my family got too busy to have me come visit...blah!) I'm ready- I think, for the craziness!

Sunday evening- Financial Class- I just had my second Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University class- now I'm supposed to find a person to be accountable to. No idea where to even start choosing someone there. Sigh.

Monday- Work 11-6- at least my co-teacher is back! Since it's supposed to rain this week, I am borrowing a couple crafty ideas for the week- Apple Trees and Crayon leaves
After work- Dinner with my friend Stacy! We're going to my favorite low-key Mexican restaurant, and I already know what I'm getting!

Tuesday- Breakfast with my friend Jill before Working 11-6- supposed to be nice out!
After work- Trying a new young adult group. They have dinner, a bible study and then just hanging out until about 11 pm

Wednesday- Work 11-6
After work- Ditto Tuesday, but a different group! They are weeding the church gardens...we'll see how it goes!!

Thursday- Work 11-6
After work- Babysitting Chubster until midnight or so

Friday- Subbing for one of my co-workers so working 8-6
After work- Babysitting Chubster again until ??

Saturday- taking a health class at the local college from 9-4, it might be First Aid but I can't remember! My co-worker A is taking it to, so we'll carpool which will be nice. Plus, it's always more fun (ha, as if these classes are fun at ALL) if there is someone you know there.
After class, I'm babysitting the three C kids- that will be a late night, probably

Sunday- Doing a benefit walk with Aniya in the morning and then financial class again at night...

and then it starts over again!

Whew...I'm tired already!


  1. What an awesome week ahead! Mine is all just the same old crap: work, parent's meeting, work, then, crap, there was something Tuesday night. Hmmm. I hope I remember. Then work, work, and work, leading into a weekend of photoshoots and casinos. Ahhh. I'm tired and it's only Monday. No fun dinners with friends thrown into my week, however I do have a weekend in Vegas for SITScation to look forward to!!!

  2. I will hold you accountable!! Seriously. We can have a weekly "finance" call or something. I just may not be able to talk the usual hour that we do. ;) We can be good for each other, since we're doing it, too. Did you do the quickie budget? How did it go?

    I love your post title. LOL

    Busy week. I bet the health class would be kind of fun. I need to take one of those.
    Mexican-enjoy!!! I love Mexican food. What are you getting?

  3. I'm tired just reading it! But the dinner with the friend at the Mexican restaurant sounds good.

  4. We did FPU. I'd recommend someone you see on a regular basis that knows your life well.

  5. FPU is amazing! Hope it rocks your world like it did ours! And I truly adore staying busy doing valuable things! Enjoy your evening of mexican with a friend! Those evenings are the best!

  6. Wow, You are really busy this week. Sounds fun though.

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  9. Busy busy, you are! But it all sounds fun. I try to plan meals, and end up actually doing maybe one week out of each month:)

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  10. Whoa!! Thats A LOT!!! Prayers you are super healthy and happy and have a wonderful time!!


  11. Happy SITS Tuesday Bethany!!!

    Have a wonderful Day!

  12. Wow! Sounds like a super busy week!! :)

  13. Wow, that is one busy week you have there ahead of you! The best thing about being busy, though, is that it makes time go by faster until the weekend is here again!

  14. I loved the 2 crafts you linked to...I wish I could do them with my classes but I have 86 3rd graders, that would be a whole lot of paint, apples, and crayons! :)


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