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This week has been totally crazy! Do you ever have those weeks? Those weeks when you have to be places every single day, projects due, trips to get ready for?
Yep, that’s the week that I’ve had. Oh, and throw in a kid’s birthday too. Crazy, crazy week.
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This girl turned eight years old this week!
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I still remember at one particular time on that day eight years ago as my labor was at its highest point in pain. It was at the noontime, and I was giving birth at a hospital that was run by Franciscans. (Side note: This was before we were Catholics.) A Franciscan Sister got on the PA system with the noon prayer, but then went on to talk about their founder St. Francis on his feast day. I found myself crying in both pain and comfort. It was a pretty emotional moment.
My favorite part was a few hours later though, because that was when we got to see our doctor freak out as she checked my progress on her way to a C-section. “Give me some gloves!” she shouted to the nurse. When the nurse questioned what size, she shot back, “I don’t care, just give me some gloves.” (And then I pushed for about 10 seconds before we met our daughter for the first time.)
We should have known to expect excitement from a girl that came into the world with such a burst of excitement.
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This wasn’t exactly how I thought our project would come out this week, but we talked more about moon phases last week and then tackled making out own moon phases example with Oreos (as I have seen over and over on Pinterest):
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After we finished, we ate these moon phases. They were delicious.
We all agreed, however, that we didn’t care what it looked like, we would have preferred to have eaten Golden Oreos instead.
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I went shopping this week and picked up a little something in my cart that I didn’t know they carry at Target…
(That girl is all kinds of crazy. She makes life more interesting at our house. And, well, apparently in Target too.)
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I’m sure I’ll share more about Savvy Blogging Summit next week. However, there is something that I have to share about our hotel.
The bathroom in our room has a door that is just frosted glass. Frosted glass! Seriously. As if that weren’t bad enough, the door doesn’t seal shut because it’s a totally glass door.
Oh, wait. There is an even worse.
There is then a long pane of frosted glass in the room that “looks” into the bathroom. What in the world is that about?
Have you ever had a crazy feature somewhere that you’ve stayed?