Sunday, May 05, 2013

Weekend Wrap up.

Well another weekend has just about finished. Pretty soon, it will be time to get the children to do their evening chores and prepare for school tomorrow.

Friday Christopher was home sick. This isn't a part of our weekend but because he was here, I wasn't able to get food shopping done. This meant that I had to do it on Saturday. I originally planned to go the shops straight after mass and adoration but didn't get a shopping list done so didn't.

Amelia is turning 12 on Wednesday and we had a party for her yesterday at Hungry Jacks. It was great to leave all the mess behind when the party was over.

Steve and I did food shopping in the afternoon after the party and then we cooked tea. Saturday night Steve and I watched the last episode of Downton Abbey, season 1. I have ordered season 2 but it probably won't be here till the end of the week. I guess it is time for me to get on to some Poirot until season 2 gets here. I really loved Downton and am looking forward to watching the other seasons.

In May we are having the rosary before Mass on Saturday night and Sunday morning. Steve and I are going to be helping out with leading the rosary so we are going to be going on Sundays for this month. We usually go on Saturday night so that we can have a family day in on Sunday. It is the one day each week that I know I have nothing I have to do. For this month though, we will go on Sunday morning. It still we be a bit of a family day but our mornings will be full.

I  hope you all had a good weekend.

Therese.

5 comments:

Nancy said...

Been thinking about you,Therese. Hope you and your family are doing well. May God richly bless you on this Trinity Sunday!

Anonymous said...

For goodness sake spell "Mass" correctly. The word "mass" means crowd or lump.

Georgy

Michele said...

hey therese,

hope all is going well for you:) I can imagine how busy you are!

Michele said...

Georgy, Therese is a very busy woman, she has a lot going on. Don't come down hard on her just because you don't like the typo.

I'm quite sure you've made many a typo in your time. So, be kind to others, and in turn, others will be kind to you.

Therese R said...

Hi Nancy.

Thanks for calling by and thinking about us. We were all well but have been pretty busy.

Hi Georgy,

Sorry about the typo. I fixed it up for you.

Hi Michele,

Have been pretty busy. Hoping to get a few more posts up in June. Thanks for dropping by and commenting.

Therese.

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