Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Happy Spring

Good Tuesday Morning Everyone. The sun is shining here and that makes for a great day. I havent been around for awhile but things have been kind of hectic lately. Madison is done with theater for awhile. It really took up alot of time. She had 2 plays this past weekend and she did a great job. Soccer is taking over now....but that is her passion. She loves some soccer. We have practice 2 times a week and anywhere from 2-4 games a weekend...This weekend we have 4 games........and we travel from county to county.

The house is still for sale. We have some people coming tonight to talk about some things. They dont want the pool...so we will have to figure that one out when it comes down to it. It's only been for sale for 2 weeks...and it has worn me out....I mean worn out. Keeping the house clean 24/7 is insane.

I have been walking 3 times a week with a great friend. We really enjoy the time together.
American Idol is on tonight......if Sangaii doesnt go home I may scream. I started watching 2 new shows...Wedding Bells and October Road....both really cute shows...you should try them.
Hope you all have a great day....Happy Spring.


April said...

Wow I could have written that post. I saw on Tv that the reason Sanjaya is still on is because of a website called vote the worst , which encourages people to buck the system and see what happens. As far as the two shows, I started watching them also. Wedding Bells is cute , I am not sure it will last and I love love love October road. I mean you have to know it's his kid right? Good luck with Soccer!

Overwhelmed! said...

Jen, what a beautiful picture in your post! I love it.

I do hope your house sells soon. We almost put our house on the market and I must say I was DREADING it! I'm glad we changed our mind.

Best of luck to you!

Kim said...

Good morning, Jen! I am so glad you're back. I missed you being around last week. My niece is full swing with theater down in Alabama right now and my sister in law is running herself ragged. My niece is 8 and will be in Aladdin this year.

I am so busy trying to get ready for our trip with packing and everything else for that. I need to email you sometime. My husband and I are thinking about heading to your neck of the woods the second weekend in April for a little get away while the girls stay with my mom and dad.

Have a great week!

gail said...

Glad you're back!
It is crazy trying to keep a house clean all the time like that.

Ready for Idol tonight and I agree, Sanjaya NEEDS to go! But I think April is right, that website vote for the worst is keeping him around because they have convinced people to vote for him.

Sandra said...

I LOVE Wedding Bells and October Road, my 2 favorite new shows :)

I'm with you on Sanjaya on American Idol, I'm so frustrated already, why is he still there????? I can't believe Stephanie got voted off and Sundance too, and this guy remained??? Boggles my mind.

Good luck with the house selling :)

Chappyswife said...

Good to hear from you again. I don't think I could keep my home ready for showing like that. That alone would wear me out!

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Glad to hear an update and know what's keeping you guys busy! Soccer takes a lot of time, but it's great she loves it :)

I have never sold a house, and now you're making me totally dread having to keep it clean all the time. Ugh. What a pain.

Watching Idol now, and man, Sanjaya and that hair and him in general just need to go AWAY!

When is October Road, what night?

Have a great week!

org junkie said...

Hope your house sells soon for you!

Have a great week and happy spring to you too :)


mom of 2 said...

Sounds like you guys have been busy!! That's a lot of soccer games!

Good luck on the house...hope it sells soon!

Christina said...

I cannot believe that kid is still on American Idol. If he goes all the way the show won't last.

Hope you sell your house fast. The showing sounds insane.

Betty said...

I've enjoyed visiting your blog. You mentioned 'October Road'. Our daughter lives in Madison, Georgia. Last summer while we were there, men were wiring fall lives on trees with green leaves for filming a series. All the towns people thought it was hilarious. The series was 'October Road.'