Apparently, I can only do early morning blogs because I sat down about a million times to do a blog post this weekend, and just couldn't put it all together. Sorry.
And apparently, I gave the wrong link for the Best Biscuits Ever! This one should work. Super sorry!
It was a wonderful weekend of watching General Conference. I cried, was edified, felt chastened, was lifted up, had peace. It was a good feeling. And I'll be watching it again, and again, and again.
Is it just me, or are some of the apostles finally looking really old? That always makes me sad. But it is the way it is, I guess. Life goes on.
I worked all weekend long on the drill team Silent Auction. It is tonight, and boy, do we have some great stuff! I think I'm pretty much ready to go. I'm just working on display now. That's a nice feeling.
Did I tell you that I finished the curtains for the studio? Yea! I'm pretty excited about that!
I just finished watching this Mormon Message. It made me cry. I could totally see that in my experience, and also in the lives of my children. We are a family. We stick together.
I'm feeling a little melancholy today. Hmmm.
I'm swamped. Usually, when I'm swamped, I say things like, Oh, I'm doing great, and la-de-da and fiddle-dee-dee, and everything is great. But I'm trying to be more honest with myself, so I'm just saying, I'm swamped. Now please, don't think that you need to come and try to save me! I'll get things done, and off my list, I'm just trying to be more honest with my feelings, and admit what I'm feeling so I can deal with it. I think that will be healthier for my mental health.
And today, I get to cross off Silent Auction. Yahoo!
But I also had to put something else on my to do list. Have you ever had one of those, Man, I wish I had that last two minutes back? I had one of those yesterday. I was printing out some things for silent auction, and I got a paper jam in my printer, which is ridiculous in itself. But anyway, I went to clear it out and kind of was in a hurry, not paying attention to what I was doing, when I pulled the paper out. And I pulled out that little wire thingy too, that helps the ink cartridges go back and forth. I pulled it all the way out. Printer=dead. I have to go get a new printer today. *sigh* I hate getting new stuff. All that means to me is that I have to figure out how it works now. U.g.h.
It's that time. Good morning, Tessa. Off to school. On to my chores. Just keep moving. ;)