June 14, 2010

and summer begins...

If only every weekend was four days…
I crafted, I played with my kids, I finished two books, I stretched out on the couch and relaxed. I ran errands, caught up on my laundry and cleaned my room. Sunday afternoon began to fade, and I was feeling refreshed… even ready to tackle the work week.

Sweeping the sleep away from my eyes this morning… I readied myself for the new summer routine… three day work weeks, no homework, carefree afternoons and perhaps a few more four day weekends. And heading off for work today seems... just a bit sweeter with my heart full of warm memories and summer dreams.
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8 comments:

Loui♥ said...

dawn..
beautiful..
poetic..
refreshing..
perfect!
my sentiments exactly!
warm sandy hugs..
Loui♥

Richella said...

Grrr. . . I just tried to leave a comment, but wasn't properly signed in. Stuff like that makes me VERY impatient with myself.

Anyway, as I was saying. . . .

A three-day workweek doesn't sound so bad. And four-day weekends sound great!

How close are you to a beach--close enough to go for a day? Do you have a favorite beach?

Busy Bee Suz said...

Your weekend sounds just perfect...the right mix of R and R and getting stuff done.

Love the pictures...must you always taunt me with the oreos???

hugs,
Suz

Cassie said...

Sounds & looks like you had the perfect weekend! Nice to have 3 days on and 4 days off if you can do it.

When is the safari??

XX-C

Cassandra Frear said...

Summer was always a special time for our family. I remember it clearly, but my memories keep getting better with time. That's what I didn't know, that the memories we create just get better as we age.

tracie @ {tsj} photography said...

sounds like an absolutely PERFECT weekend!!

Cynthia@RunningWithLetters said...

We're just getting into our summer routine here, as well. We live near beaches, too, but the only time I can get my whole family there is just for shoreline after dinner walks. My son and I are the only ones who get into the water and play.

Glad to see the season off to a good start on your slice of the shore :)

imoomie said...

Sigh...sounds like good times!