Friday, September 23, 2011

Something I had to share

Happy Friday friends!

Tonight the Youth from church is having an Adults versus Youth football game at the stadium.  I've never been down on the field where our CFL team plays, and think it'll be fun to walk the same field where big hits, big TDs, and game changing interceptions take place.  Now, I just hope the boys actually pass to the girls.  We've got a little work and a little play on the agenda for the rest of the weekend.  D and I are planning on going out to the lake to shut it all down on Saturday while the girls are at Dance.  Thankfully Mom and Dad have agreed to pick them up for us.  It goes so much quicker when we don't have to break up fights, stop to make lunch or listen to their bickering while we're trying to get things done.  Sunday, I'd really like to take the family to Amaze in Corn, a fun corn maze just outside the city.  I'm really hoping to get some good photos.  I realized yesterday how few photos I've taken in the past few months.  Being a scrapper that really dose pose a problem.  Although I did come across this beauty in my perusing. 


Okay about what I had to share with you.  I was reading my friend Pam's blog last night when I came across a share she posted.  I took a look, and felt like someone had gotten into my head and read the ever repeating ticker tape running through my brain.  If you ever feel like you're on the never ending hamster wheel of trying to fit it all in, then you'll want to have a look too.  I think the post has pretty much gone viral, as of last night there were 242 comments.  Check it out for yourself here.


Enjoy your weekend friends.  If you're local, I hope you get the time and enjoy one of the last lovely weekends of year. 

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2 comments:

Hilde/Scoobie said...

I hope you have had a great weekend, Sherri!

I hear you on the never ending hamster wheel, and thank you for sharing the post. This morning I was out of the house at 8.15 am to shoot some photos - I so wanted the perfect lights for my photos - the morning sun. My priorities were not the filthy windows or IKEA packages in DS8's room - it was doing what I wanted to do today. Took me only 20 minutes - but I was happy - and it may look to others as if I have accomplished a lot *lol*

Pam said...

I am so glad you liked that Sherri and shared it with others. I think it is a message that so many of us can relate too!

P.S. Your girls are lovely...love the sun flare in the picture:)