Hello Maycember! It's here! The last week of April was on fast forward. One great thing about a weekly blog is that it allows me to reflect on the week and acknowledge the highlights. It is amazing how much happens in one week. While rucking on Monday, Tracy gave me props for the scheduling aspect of my motherhood journey. It's insane. We had book club on Monday night to discuss Four Winds, which I listened to on our first road trip and it's still fresh in my mind. Not Kristin Hannah's best, but still a good read. Regan was surprised I left early but this party rock star is getting old. I chose SAC over tennis on Tuesday morning then popped in for the DCCPTA meeting. I made it to a pop up school board meeting on Wednesday after getting to sub in for B. Lots happening with Desantis trying to clean house. Trying to keep my foot in the door and my eyes open. Kona Ice for early release kept the kids entertained so I could be late. We had our last show of the season that night: Mean Girls. Definitely the best show of the season! We went to a fundraiser for the Will King foundation on Thursday. We made it for Holy Shiitake right in time to listen to the monsoon happening outside. Adoration with my parents on Friday was a perfect quiet time to remember I had signed up to bring dinner to a friend who had surgery. Got that together then hugged my sister on her Birthday then went to celebrate Lauren's Birthday at Steph's. She really is the hostess with the mostest. My in laws came in town for the weekend so we welcomed them with Friday night dinner at Trents. Another super Saturday starting with a baseball game for Voss, loved seeing him slide into home for the first time! Phil took some kids and his parents to celebrate Alex' Confirmation with a family lunch. I took Ellie to dance and then popped over to Maggianos for Kathleen's baby shower. I loved catching up with the SHS crew. After dance we got Abu hair cuts then took Ellie to a babysitting gig. TCC threw an incredible 100 anniversary party. Thunderstorms were a bummer that afternoon. Instead the mermaids moved into the bar. It was a prohibition theme with black out curtains, speakeasy, so many flowers, acrobats, robot light dancers, live music, DJ and so much delicious food. I can only party like that every 100 years. Sunday we celebrated Voss' First Communion. We had lunch at the Grove after the celebrate. We had to chill that afternoon to recover and prepare for the first week of Maycember. Here are the pics from the week.
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