Sunday, September 12, 2010

This Weekend, I . . .

* Spent most of the weekend in Atlanta, GA at a work conference. The conference was very informative and I learned a lot that I look forward to putting into practice at my job.

* Toured the CNN building in Atlanta and watched Fredricka Whitfield live as she reported the news. It was a fun tour.

* Flew from Boise to Salt Lake to Nashville to Charlotte to Atlanta to Phoenix and back to Boise. With NO medication. I'm quite proud of myself. But I still don't like flying.

* Watched two drunk women try to get on a plane at the airport. One wasn't allowed on at all. The other was allowed on, the plane taxied away and then came back and made her get off. Apparently she was "touching" people on the plane. As they were both sitting together in the boarding area and the security personnel were discussing their plight, one looked at the other one and said "She looks fine to me". Oh my.

* Attended our church's annual Family Fair and Round-up at the fairgrounds. It was a great day with perfect weather.

* Ate a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios for dinner. Sometime a bowl of cereal is just perfect for dinner.

* Brought Ava Claire home with me for a few hours. We colored, played ponies, played on the swing set, played babies and took a nap together. That little girl just melts me.

How about you? Link your post over at Becky's and let us all know what your weekend was like.


Becky said...

Considering you traveled from one side of the country to another, I can't even believe you fit anything else in your weekend. But you sure managed to be busier still.

Ave Claire melting your heart just made my day. Playing and coloring and taking a nap just sounds perfect with nothing else added to your weekend at all.

Dawn said...

Good for you traveling so many miles without meds!

I would so love to be able to have the girlies one on one. They need it and so do I.

Have a great week!

Bev said...

crazy people on planes, and if they started touching me I'd be calling for a flight attendant! And absolutely a bowl of cheerios can be a grand dinner, if I could only convince my husband of that!

Mrs. Julie Fink said...

Hi Robin! Just a note to let you know that I appreciate your "mother's heart" and that I have bought an apron to embroider for you and the pattern, now I am hoping for some time on Friday to do it :).

P.S. If it turns out, it is going to be really adorable.

Karen said...

My favorite is the time spent with Ava Claire. I miss having a little one to take naps with:) And Honey Nut Cheerios -- they're yum for any meal.