Well, it's been pretty quiet around here. Not much to blog about, but in case you're wondering what has been up in my neck of the woods, here's a summary.
We got all that snow a week and a half ago, and some bright Rhode Is. Red got the bright idea to sneak out of the barn. We have no clue how she got out, but she did. I saw her outside the back door last weekend, and found her tracks around the house, and then saw her tracks in the snow from the barn to the house. She took up residence under the front porch has been living underneath the front porch for a week now. She comes out and squawks but then runs back under the porch. I don't know what to do with her. I can't catch her and I don't think she will venture back to the barn until the snow thaws. Snow just does something weird to chicken brains, they can't figure out how to function in it. In the meantime, she is attracting magpies and rabbits.
It is Spirit Week at my school and tomorrow I get to go to school in my PJ's. Tuesday is twin day and I am blessed with wearing yellow all day. I will have to tally how many people ask me if I am feeling okay, as yellow makes me look putrid. Wednesday= wild and crazy day, Thursday is sports day and I will dress up like a basketball sports star. I didn't think it would be appropriate for anyone to see me in volleyball attire. And Friday is an all schools mass in the morning and then I'm off for the rest of the day!
One thing that has been absorbing much of my time is that we are making a change in our faith. It has been an educational and stressful endeavor the past couple of months, but I know that we are doing the right thing. Gosh, it's just one of those times where I can't think of much to say. I will blog about something more interesting later. I hope everyone has a good rest of the weekend and an enjoyable start to their week.