Scribing counter tops and sewing satin

That, and everything in between, about sums up my week last week.  Here are the highlights of the fastest week ever because we don’t start slow, we dive in.  Also, we fumbled Monday because it was a holiday and felt a lot like a Sunday so it was a busy and short week;

  1. First day of school!  It went well, kids had stuff ready and were super excited to go.  So excited they took showers and had dripping wet hair so we had to do some emergency blow drying.  Where was the blow dryer?  Still in a box, but, we found it.  I went with them for the morning to help kids find their way in the new building and it was a joy to see the new building.

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    5th, 3rd, and 1st grade 🙂

  2. First week of figuring out drop off and pickup and what exactly to do in between.  There is not as much time as you think during school but after the longest summer every full of much togetherness, having an hour, followed by ANOTHER hour to do things made me dizzy with possibilities.
  3. One thing that was top of the list was a set of counter and cabinets that we didn’t have the builder do but needed to be done in order to set the rest of the kitchen up properly.  It is not totally done because it does not have the sink and a few details yet but it is done enough for now.  I had to really work to make that countertop flush because even brand new houses have non-level walls.  Thank you Dad and YouTube.   I’ll cut a hole and do the plumbing connections (rough in done by builders) sometime.  Knobs are on the way and I have the base molding cut but not painted and shelf hardware but not shelves ready.  Getting these guys together, level, anchored and looking good to this point took some time so worth a mention in a post.

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    sink will go over the two vertical doors

  4. Another top of list item was to sew 3 flower girl dresses for a wedding this coming weekend.  I got the cutting out done at a friends house because my sewing stuff was MIA.  I ended up needing to do a thorough search and rescue for them though because every other pair of scissors I could find were dull as cspan and when I did find them I literally kissed them.  I got through 1.5 dresses last week and today finished the half done one and did another half of the final dress.  There is a fit component I don’t want to do until I get the body but then they are home so I don’t have time to do the sewing so they wait until the next chunk of time.  All three need a little hand sewing but that is what car rides are for.  Ps.  Pink satin is not an easy first sewing project for the house.
  5. Friday I put away all the sewing and got ready for friends to visit from ND.  They are the perfect houseguests in general but really perfect first house guests.  They don’t care that their bedside tables were boxes.  They viewed our blank walls and windows as opportunities to brainstorm solutions and it was a pleasure to have them (even if there was puke.  Kids puke as often as cats.  Your welcome for your daily dose of birth control)
  6. The event over the weekend had high points and low.  I love to see everyone and I adore the two people that are now on the throne and they made the most gorgeous outfits and presence ever – they set the bar so high.  The low was some stupid misses that I’m sure I noticed more than anyone else but I my hands were tied to try and fix it so it just left a bad taste.  It was still a good event
  7. Last but not least, I launched my campaign for school board.  After the referendum last year this is way less stress.  If I don’t win nothing bad happens like when the levy failed and they had to close an elementary school  If I do win I’ll be happy to take my turn on the board and making sure good choices are made for the kids in our community.  If any of my readers want to help out my cause here is a link for donations.  They are anonymous to others but per laws and stuff if you donate $100 or more I need your name, address etc for the report but I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it. I also went to a school board meeting because I would never ask for a job I don’t have a high awareness of.  I can’t believe there are people who run and never come to any meetings?

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    I want one of those good chairs…. the chairs back here lack lumbar support.

Now it is a new week and I have a PTO meeting and a fundraising event (for scholarships, not me) and we get to go to a wedding for some of our more fun friends so I’m sure it will be absolutely fabulous.

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One response to “Scribing counter tops and sewing satin”

  1. fancypaperblog says :

    Hi 😊 sharing your post today in fb group called blogging and a Beverage run by Gin and Lemonade. ☺

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