Monday, August 11, 2008

'Work' challenge

Another day, another challenge - they are coming thick and fast at Sketchbooknz!
This one was posted by Lara - to do a layout (or minibook) about your 'work'. I decided to journal what I did today - a very simple layout but I really like it!

Journalling reads ......
"Today I have…
fed the dog, made breakfast for the kids, help dress the kids, made school lunch for Finn, put on dishwasher, drive Finn to school, fill car up with petrol, made beds, put on load #1 of washing, tidy bedrooms, put on load #2 of washing, hang up load #1 of washing, clean out fridge, tidy kitchen, unload dishwasher, put on load #3 of washing, hang out load #2 of washing, made lunch, chopped up peppers for fridge, dropped Emma at kindy, put on load #4 of washing, hang up load #3 of washing, vacuum the house, mop the lino floors, go to the bank, pick up Finn from school and Emma from kindy, get afternoon tea, mow lawns, put fire on, cook and serve tea, clean up dishes and load dishwasher, get kids ready for bed, storytime and lights out – ah cup of tea time for me!
And this was my day off !!!! "
And for comments on my last post - Vicki - Nood is a real shop, think they have only recently opened here in Dunners (is not in the main shopping area hence why it has taken me so long to find!) They have some other cool stuff to alter - colouring pencils in plain cardboard tubes - I am thinking of going back and getting some of these for kids birthday presents. Very reasonable prices for these as well.
And no Trace wasn't drunkin' stumbling - LOL! Am saving that for the SENZ weekend! ROFL!
Later :)

4 comments:

vickiparker said...

Boy did you do a lot of washing that day or what!!! Sounds like a really cool shop.

Trace said...

LOL Mich when you go for the drunken evening at SENZ just make sure you haven't got an early class booked the next day!! And I want to visit Nood, it sounds like such a cool shop...

Angel Gurl said...

so really I shouldnt complain about doing two loads of washing a week then? lol thats a lot of washing for one day. I would hate to read what you do on a normal work day plus around the home lol. I think you would put me to shame.

Hannah said...

Your "day off" sounds an awful lot like mine!! When you work almost full-time, you DO have to save all the washing for one day! ;-) And there's no rest when it comes to school/Kindy runs and housework ... I think you deserved your cup of tea at the end of it all! ;-)