Monday, October 08, 2007

Monday, Monday...

So I'm looking at my calendar for the week and wondering when the #(%& I'm actually going to sleep. I've got three soccer games, two evening meetings that I'm chairing so there's all that prep work involved in that, an article due for the local family magazine, a guest editorial to write for the local paper on a levy issue, the day job, a mom's group meeting, eldest child's piano lesson, plus at least three workouts at the local health club for the wellness challenge. (Sadly, I'm not taking strip aerobics a la Dani in Challenging Carter; I can't imagine the class would fly in this town. ) And working on my new book, which has a looming deadline.

On the positive side, there's no school on Friday, so the kids and I are heading down the freeway to visit one of my favorite people in the whole world, Lucy Monroe. So there's something great to look forward to at the end of my hectic week.

So what's your plan for the week? Anything exciting to share?

6 comments:

m-dith said...

Today was Get Things Done Around the House day, so I did that. Tonight we have to move out everything that's on one side of the basement so that it's ready for NEW CARPET on Wednesday morning. Yay!

Otherwise, crazy week: running tomorrow; callback tomorrow night; Spamalot Wed. evening; storage space reccy on Thurs. morning; probably running Thurs. afternoon... And the phone won't stop ringing!

Stacy~ said...

Well, it's my birthday this week, and then I have a wedding to go to on Saturday, so it's going to be a fun time will all the celebrating going on :)

Kate Davies said...

Oh, please do NOT mention cleaning out the basement. It's been on my list for weeks, and I keep putting it off. I'll set a duck out on Tuesday night for you, m-dith.

And happy birthday, Stacy! Hope you get everything you're hoping for.

m-dith said...

Cleaning the basement has been on my list for about 10 years. lol

Thanks for the duck!

Kate Davies said...

Hey, m-dith -- did the duck work? How were callbacks?

m-dith said...

The duck worked brilliantly, thanks! I'll be playing Alais in "The Lion in Winter" in December. (My first and last chance to play this role.) I should probably mention it on my own blog, huh? lol