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SOOOO tired from the weekend!

Monday, September 27, 2010

I have to repeat to myself I am not 21 and can not burn the candle on both ends. This past weekend was insane. I started off with a Navy Ball to go to with my husband Friday night. It was nice but we did not get home until 2 a.m. in the morning Saturday. I had previously made plans with a friend to go to a festival and told her to be at my house by 8:30 a.m. on Saturday. Needless to say I only got about 6 hours sleep. Then on Saturday I went to a Festival that included about 3 miles of walking. It was great but my legs were starting to hurt after getting there at 9:30 a.m. and not leaving until 2 p.m. Then I went to my friends house and we watched a movie and then all of us decided to go to Hallow Scream the halloween themed park. I walked for another at least 3 miles and did not get home until midnight. I promised my Grandmother I would bring lunch over to her house on Sunday and go to church with her. So I had to put the whole chicken in the oven by 6 a.m. to have it done by 8:30 so that I could drive one hour to my Grandmas and go to church with her. After church I literally feel out at my Grandma's. I feel asleep in the oddest position and my Aunt and Sister had to take pictures and mail them to me. I promised my children at the beginning of the week if they had a good week I would take them to the school Roller Skating party on Sunday night. So I drug myself over there after leaving my Grandma's. I slept like the dead last night and I think I need another night of sleep just to catch up. I guess I did not think my weekend through and I feel like I was run over by a truck. My next Sunday is booked but I will not be making any plans for the rest of the weekend. I am going to have a day of relaxation soon.

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