1. Eat breakfast
2. Get dressed for school
3. Drive him to school (15 minute drive)
4. Take him to the school inside and sign him in (back in my day, the child was left at the curb and walked in by himself)
5. Drive home (15 minute drive)
6. Pick him back up at school (go inside the school and sign him out - this part I totally agree with given today's problems)
7. Come home and fix lunch
8. Nap time? I don't think so.....
9. Have fun doing all the things that you can do at Grandma and Grandpa's
11.Go to Sleep (storytime first)
I finally have gotten the routine after these four days. I was the oldest person at the school drop off. There were some young Moms with more than one child to look after! I've come to the conclusion that when you are 60 years old, you run out of energy. But, in all respect, it was so much fun to have my little grandson stay with us and he was so well behaved. I look forward to many more visits with him at Grandma and Grandpa's house.
I last wrote about my discovery of watercolor pencils. I've had so much fun experimenting with them. This past week my daughter gave me some beautiful card stock and little sticky corners so I could make some one of a kind cards with my watercolor pictures. I will share with you some of them:
My little grandson and I did a craft project coloring glass ornaments. He gave them to his teachers at school. I had fun painting little gift tags for the packages...
So, as you can see, I've had a busy but fun filled week. My needle arts are not getting all the attention but I'm still working on my Coast Ripple Blanket.
I hope wherever you are that you are well and safe. Please say "hello" in the comment section if you have time. I'd love to hear from you.
P.S. Oops, almost forgot, please visit my friends over at Handmade Harbour.