I went to clinic on Monday and then spent the afternoon getting life back together after a crazy weekend. Lots of PTA stuff to iron out. On Tuesday, Keri and I played golf (we were terrible), I brought Mrs. Bricknell her Birthday gift and then took Mrs. Sutton, my neighbor out to lunch as a thank you for being so wonderful to us and my kids. That afternoon we went to Walmart to activate the switch witch. The kids each picked out a toy and traded in their Halloween candy. Although, I'm finding hidden stashes in their rooms. Ugh. My pal, Rachael has COVID so Keri ended up able to come with me to see Fiddler on the Roof on Wednesday night. We had dinner ahead of time with Tracy and Katie at Bellweather. The show brought some nostalgia my way with the music. So many classic tunes. My mom and MIL walked together to light candles at our wedding to Sunrise Sunset. We had a craft meeting at MOPS making ornaments for V for Victory. Friday, Spot and I got in a run before all the rain came. I went to adoration then Crystal River with my parents. It rained the rest of the day and night and then all day Saturday. I actually liked the rainy time. It forced me to catch up on all the JWJ PTSA membership forms I needed to enter into the online system. I also finally made the summer road trip video. Marly spent the night at the Freemans. Ellie and I had ramen for dinner. Voss played Minecraft. Phil took Abby on a date night to Moon River pizza. Saturday was more of the same. Phil discovered leaks in our house and had a friend some to looks and asses some damage (looks like our balcony is the problem). The older girls went to nutcracker rehearsal. I worked on science projects with the middle two and tried to get Marly organized. I went through clothes and made pumpkin cookies to give to neighbors. I listened to The House of Gucci. It's pretty meh to me. Saturday night Phil and I had a date night to TCC. No frills, but it was probably good to change out of my bathrobe (you know I'm usually in it while driving my kids to school). This morning we went back an hour. We were still sliding into mass just in time. We taught CCD after then had breakfast at home. Voss had pictures for soccer then his game. Great defense (except while he was goalie). The ringer on his team enabled us to win 6-5 (after scoring all 6 goals!). We went to dinner with the Bentons at High Tide. Early bedtime for all thanks to daylight savings. Here are our photos of the week.