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Elisa will bop on as soon as she can. -T
The good times ahead and behind us
How's it going out there?
In the midst of packing (and still unpacking), I've also been switching out all of our winter for summer wardrobes - which I usually keep stored away for the season.
So I'd like to say that I'm up to my eyeballs in clothes/laundry, but in actuality the clothes/laundry is beginning to over take the living space in my room. I'm at the point where I've lost several square feet due to this clothing transitional issue.
Piles that have to be put away here, there and everywhere. It's getting a bit out of control. Especially since I'm not around all that much to finally finish up with this massive task.
I managed to take a time out from all of my chores and errands last night to go for a lovely pedicure. Now my toes are pretty in pink and ready to be showed off for Easter and beyond!
Got to text chatting with a friend who is coming on the road trip while I was there. We've planned to get together this morning before my hustle and bustle begins so that we can go over some of the travel logistics to Phoenix and then to Houston.
After our little rendezvous, I will be off with Dave to continue in my quest to help the Easter bunny out. I know that this is very last minute for me, but during the week it is just too hectic and the past several weekends have been completely booked up...
And being that I was a bit flaky during a few of those days with not having the opportunity to get on to the Daily Scoop, let's take a look back at where I've been and what I've been up to:
Last weekend Cosette had 2 performances and Chaplin had a recital.
The weekend before that, Dave and I were exploring Dino Tracks and mountain biking around Moab.
The weekend before that I was swooshing down the slopes in and around Park City, Utah.
And the one prior to that I was in Phoenix for a few MLB Spring Training games.
And of course if you know me, there is always plenty more to come...
Lot on the agenda, so I'll bid you adieu and catch ya back here for Easter Sunday.