Sunday, March 18, 2007

The rundown:

Masud left this morning extremely early. Fortunately I'm used to early morning drives to Madison. We had a wonderful week being together as a family. Masud has not had a haircut since Christmas, and we liked his new curly hairdo (see pics). I had to spend most of the week in Madison, but Masud and Isaac hung out a lot.

Isaac's birthay party was total MAYHEM! We had it at a bowling alley (really smokey and gross but lots of fun for energetic first graders!) It was a team party, because Isaac's friend Alex is also turning seven in a few days. I was in charge of the "bowling area" and the other mom was in charge of the "food area". I was exhausted by the end of the night after keeping the lines moving and helping the smaller kids bowl. My back is a tad sore. Isaac really raked in the loot, though. I need to really step it up when purchasing birthday gifts for other kids...jeez, they spend the money!

Now it's back to the grind. I need to catch up with some homework and Isaac is on spring break next week, so he'll be commuting with me to Madison. I'm sure I'll be ready for the weekend by Tuesday or so. Carry on, friends!

1 comment:

Page said...

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a) position of women in western culture during Early Modern period and
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