Saturday I had a soup exchange at my house. What's a soup exchange? Well, you invite friends over to your house. Ask them to bring 4 quarts of soup. When you leave you take 4 quarts of soup with you. Have I mentioned that I like soup?!? I made chicken and wild rice. I kept Vegetarian Tortilla, Buffalo Chicken Chili, Tomato Bisque, and Taco Soup. Andrew thought this was a great plan!
I also learned that Jack is his class representative for self discipline. Pretty sweet kid.
One day this week I deviated from my usual routine and had a treat at Starbucks. I wish someone could have seen this 37 year old stuffing that warm muffin in my mouth. It was delicious. Until we meet again muffin and iced coffee...
It's a good thing I fueled up, because I found a massive desk for my friend at a thrift shop. You can't see it all, but the desk is in the back of my van and sticking out. They could not legally tie down my back hatch, but they did give me some twine to tie it myself...which worked great until it broke right as I got off the interstate. I'm happy to say, the desk made it to its new home and I made it home as well.
The boys FINALLY got their passports! Canada here we come! Clayton will use his this summer when he and Fred go with our church to Honduras. I'm so excited for them! (Please note, no cast for Clayton! Yay!)
I take Clayton to school on Mondays and Fridays. We leave the house at 6:45 am so I usually look like this. Yes, those are my slippers. I pray I never have to stop or have a wreck, but this is real life. My mother would not approve of this ensemble, but after a brief poll of my friends I realized I'm not alone in my attire.