I'm not going back to school. And I don't know if I ever will. I just don't want it bad enough.
Two girls in school. Another girl and a boy going to their "school" 3 days per week.
One girl dancing. Two girls soccering.
I've signed on to lead not one, but two Girl Scout troops.
BSF begins in mid-September.
My scrapbooking clubs still like to scrapbook from time to time.
I still volunteer with my nursing home residents and participate in our networking meetings.
I have an accountability partner that I meet with once a week.
I plan to volunteer with both the Soccer Association and the Women's Ministry group at our church.
Oh, and the Quilting Ministry as well. (I am so pleased that such a fabulous thing exists!)
I'd like to finish (or even start) some of my own quilting work.
I know I don't have time to go to school. But is there time to sleep? I just feel certain I can do it all, if I plan and get organized. This time last year, I was She Who Must Be Obeyed.
I. Can. Do. It.
If no one gets sick.
I am working on it all, full steam ahead. I have calendars printed out with notes. I have scoured the internet looking for old Girl Scout songs that I used to sing. It is going to be great.
I am now accepting great ideas for my Fall Party to be held if the temperature ever drops below 95 degrees.