Wednesday, October 15, 2008

it's soooo quiet here....

Sawyer is at a playdate, her first official one that has no ulterior motive of babysitting. I have things I should be doing, but I really am just missing her little giggles & tugs on my jeans. She is my buddy. But now she has buddies of her own, I guess. Very strange. Okay, what shall I do with these free hours? I need to:
-make a batch of caramel buttercream
-make a batch of vanilla & raspberry moistening syup
-make a batch of chocolate glaze (can you tell I have a cake coming up?)
-clean my car out
-somehow figure out how to wash my feather bed because Sawyer had an accident on it a few weeks ago & it has been stinking up my laundry room since then because I have no idea how to go about cleaning something that large (any suggestions?)
-prep my garden for winter
-load YW pictures onto a jumpdrive for Wendy
-clean up doggy doodoo
-figure out what cabinets & flooring we need for the basement from Ikea
-study scriptures
alright, the first shall be last & the last shall be first, right?
I think I'll start with the scriptures. Thanks for helping me sort that out.

4 comments:

Melissa said...

Hey thanks for your comment Celeste. I really hope you don't have tapeworm and are pleasantly surprized at a pregnancy.
Did you know it's a TRUE fact that womens memories are tainted because of pregnancy. It's the hormones. I forget what hormones though and what they do and how it all connects. So don't ask.
I'd start with the scriptures.
I miss Masaru while he's at school. I'm just not ready for him to grow up and not need me anymore.
I'm a lost case man. I can see him moving far away from me when he gets older.
LOL
Love ya

Kirsten said...

I've been thinking about that bizarreness lately as well, sending my kids to kids' houses to play. I miss them too after awhile. Your to-do list look similar to mine, except for mine is with photos, you are the best and let's hang out soon.

Parry Particulars said...

Sometimes when I'm home alone I think of all the things I could and should do, then I curl up in bed and do nothing, which is really something I guess!

WowsRose said...

Ahh... I feel your pain. My three are with me 24-7, 30+ days a month, 365 days a year. My husband took our two girls to home depot yesterday...OMG - the silence in the house almost killed me.
Noah and I wandered - I tried to read....took a shower...ended up the two of us sat on the floor staring at the front door waiting for them to get home.

I vote that you make the buttercream, snack on it while reading scriptures...yeah. HEAVEN! lol

Oh and Sawyer and my girls would get along awesome. The things they say, just wow. It's like over night they turn into little people from babies!