Last week was one of the busiest weeks of my life. I want to document what happened last week so someday when I feel like I am busier or when I feel like I have a boring life with nothing going on, I can look back for a little bit of a reality check.
12Noon - Directors Meeting
6:30 - Fire Department Appreciation Meal (Mikes the fire fighter, not me but spouses were invited)
7pm - Lead a Community Center Meeting
8 pm - Lead a Resident Attract and Retain Committee Meeting
A little twist for Monday was the fact that we didn't make it to the appreciation meal. When I arrived home after work at 5 Mike was sleeping and felt like he was freezing. Later we find out he had a 101.3 temp.
Business as usual during the day. As I pulled into my yard after work my parents and grandparents were right behind me, ready to pick us up for a trip to Kearney for a Nebraska Corn Board dinner where we were recognized.
The twist for Tuesday:
Started my day in McCool giving a 45 minute presentation about Economic Development in Henderson to the Leadership York group. I can't believe I talked for 40 minutes straight. I never thought I had that much to say.
Then it was back to the church for chancel choir.
Wednesdays twist, I went with Mike to the doctor at 1pm to find out Mike had walking pneumonia.
Thursday was the easiest day of the week all I had besides work was a jewelry party in the evening. At this point some retail therapy and good conversation was needed.
Thursdays twist, my nose started running and it felt like a cold was starting.
Headed to Kearney 7:30am for the NCIP Conference during the day and stayed for the Governors Banquet that evening.
No twists on Friday. Thank goodness.
Disclaimer: I'm not trying to make anyone feel sorry for me by posting my schedule from last week. Most of the events of last week were things I choose to do and brought on myself. I also realize that there are many people out there who are much busier than me and you may think this week was a breeze.
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