Sunday, February 20, 2011

Tomorrow it begins all over again...

The work week starts tomorrow.  I have enjoyed this little time off with my family.  Here are a couple more shots of the bright blue skies from Friday's jaunt.  Tonight we see rain on the windows, and the skies were cloudy.  But what a wonderful time today with family.  My son and his lady love and little boy were here with my almost son.  We fixed traditional Sunday fare with roast, vegetables, casseroles and fruit for dessert.  Then we played a new game called "Apples to Apples" and we had a blast.  I won one of the three games, and my son's sweetheart won the other two...  It was such a blessing to play a game with family and see the blustery day outside the window...
Paris, MO.  Their courthouse is majestic, don't you think?
Have a wonderful week.  I know Monday will be a fun day for my students who made the honor roll second quarter because they get to enjoy a reward party.  So far, I don't know of anything else in the works, but I think my lessons are outlined and a few papers copied.  That always makes me feel a bit less weary on Sunday night.  Hugs from Missouri.

4 comments:

Becky K. said...

I thought you were going to mention the snow...ours began again tonight after a very wonderful and warm week last week.

Have a great week at school. Your classes sound so fun.

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Sweetie...
Oh a gorgeous share. I love your blue home. It just says, "Welcome Home". It's ashame we have to start our work week all over again isn't it?

I love your share of the courthouse view. I especially love the clock. That is exquisite. What a beautiful piece of history. I love seeing any thing of architecture. So beautiful.

Congrats on wining the game several times today. I love it, when we play something new, and I can catch on right off the bat. Drives the kids nuts.

Have a glorious week sweet friend. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

We love Apples to Apples! Have a great week! The courthouse is magnificent!

Julie said...

I too am ready for Spring. I even picked up a load of composted improved soil to add to our garden yesterdaY!!