Because I'm thinking of it now, and it makes a bit more sense for me to do this on Sunday...
Outside my window: It is cloudy. Quite uniformly gray out there. We're supposed to get a bit of rain and wind I think. I believe this is one of the most boring winters we've ever had.
I am hearing: Football. Jets vs Colts. According to Bill we're cheering for the Colts. We're thinking of having a Superbowl Party here.
I am thinking: If we're going to have a Superbowl Party we'd better invite a few people.
I am hoping: My mood improves. Could be linked to the totally incosistent sleep I've been getting. Last night Cordie was only up around 1, but then slept until after 7 - which was awesome. But then Duncan had me up 2x!! Imagine...I almost got more than 5 hours straight sleep :P
I am reading: Echo - really, I am...
I am creating: Nothing.
I am wearing: white t-shirt and workout pants b/c I just finished working out on the Wii Fit Plus. I've actually been sicking with it, and my weight is heading in the right direction. Goal - 12 lbs before I return to work.
In the kitchen: In no specific order: pineapple chicken on either rice or pasta, baked ziti, chicken and mushroom bake, pineapple and bacon hamburgers with frenchfries, Kraft Dinner Surprise - this is because we have some KD cooked and in the fridge, no microwave, and I'd like to use it. I have a feeling it will be something with ground beef.
Plans for the week: Let's see... I really want to get back into taking Cordie to Peek-A-Book, so I'll do that tomorrow. I'm targetting different small places in the house to clean and organize, so I'd like to get the table beside me done (it's kind of my desk b/c I don't have one), and the shelf on the entertainment centre that is the other half of my desk. I want to get some stuff done for my brother Jeff. Tanya and Warren and Xavier want to come and visit, which would be awesome. I want to work out every day - which I've been doing when the kids nap in the afternoon.
A few of my favourite things: Duncan telling me "Good job Mommy" when I'm doing something for him like building train tracks. He's so encouraging *grin* But it does tell me he hears us saying it - which is good too. Cordie is just an amazingly sweet little girl. I'm loving that she's interacting with things more - and she dances! Which is hilarious!
A picture thought:
What little boy can resist dropping rocks down a storm drain? Not mine!