Sunday, January 11, 2009

Aunt Debbi is Exhausted.

Friday- Go pick up my helper and work for an hour then drive to Dallas to be with my mother-in-law in the hospital. Discover that a niece works at the heart and vascular surgery wing of Baylor. Use insider information to get to my mother-in-law before the rest of the family, which makes the family mad at the hospital staff and slightly in awe of me. Go home and collect progeny. Heat up pizza and pass out.

Saturday- Work at library until 1:00 pm. Go buy ingredients to for jambalaya, salsa, and guacamole. Cook like a crazy person to entertain brother-in-law, sister-in-law, niece and nephew. Blog about husband and the moon then pass out.

Sunday- Do 100 pounds of laundry, clean kitchen, and attend a funeral. Pick up Teenage Monkey on the way back to Tiny Town Texas, retrieve my truck, pick up Baby Monkey, go buy shower gifts, pick up Middle Monkey, and return to Tiny Town Texas to attend baby shower. Enjoy the tea party baby shower and realize that myself and my sisters are not tea party material. We just had to talk about pee-pee tee-pees and cloth diaper pros and cons. Return home, blog about crazy weekend schedule, and pass out.

The plants are on their own.

How much did you manage to cram into this weekend? Are you exhausted?


  1. I did squat on the weekend. But now I'm exhausted reading about YOUR weekend.

  2. Saturday-Forget to invite Monica for jumbalaya, salsa, and guacamole. Well, seeing's as you were so busy Friday and Sunday, I'll let this slide!!! ;-) Seriously, I love a good guacamole. My friend's mom, who was visiting from Tyler, Texas, over the holidays made THE BEST guac I've ever had, with nice chunks and enough garlic to win a wrestling contest. Awesome!

  3. Oh, YUM! that sounds good. Lucky guests.

  4. Foxy, I intend to take the next available day without something scheduled to do not squat. That should be sometime in 2018

  5. Monica, didn't mean to leave you out.

    Thanks barbee

  6. Oh geez, don't even get me started. I think I've met myself coming and going. We're putting in some heat downstairs for the kids, painting crown molding to put in master bath as well as the ceiling of said bathroom, ran to the dump, shopping for afore mentioned heaters, cleaning house for company, and cleaning up drywall dust messes from cutting holes in the walls.

    That baby shower sounds fun, I'd probably do something like that too.

  7. Cinj, Brenda has assured me that when our kids grow up, we will have more time on our hands.

  8. Your days seem to always end as mine do: PASS OUT! I have missed reading your antics and having a good laugh. I'm spending today catching up on what everyone in Bloggerville has been up to!