Saturday morning, we woke up to Adina's chatter; ate a quick breakfast; and headed out to basketball, where Ezekiel played his last game and received his participation certificate. He was super proud!
Anyway, as soon as we got home, we laid Adina down for her morning nap and started painting. We painted the walls of my loft, staircase, and main level hallway all day Saturday and a good portion of the day Sunday. That's a HUGE feat in itself, when we've got little ones running around.
Three gallons of paint and two worn-out bodies later, our walls have gone from a light, Spring Clover green to a deep, gorgeous, Haven green. I, absolutely, love the change!
On Sunday, we had the pleasure of meeting up with my little sister Jana, her husband Corey, and their kiddos for church. They were visiting Jana's in-laws, in Olathe, and met us, despite our tardiness (Sorry, guys!), for Heartland's first service. Ezekiel was thrilled to have his cousin, Hunter, join him in Great Adventure! We, also, had an extra, special treat of getting invited back to lunch at Corey's mom's house. It was, totally, unexpected and, so, delicious! Thanks, Pam! Plus, it was really nice to get to spend more time with my sister, being as she lives, nearly, four hours southwest of us.
During the hustle and bustle, the weather took a turn for the worst. We got a ton of slush and ice, which, promptly, got covered by snow and forced Ezekiel's Awana leaders to cancel club. Today, however, it all looks gorgeous in the sunshine. Everything is sparkling and not melting too quickly, since the temperatures are crazy cold!
Before I leave you, today, I want to show you my interpretation of Pencil Lines' Sketch 173, provided by the creative mind of Lisa Day.
Well, that's the long and short of it. We're exhausted and not ready to begin a new week, but nothing's stopping it from starting without us; so, full speed ahead! I'm off to clean up the hot mess our painting project left me, so I can get a few, papercrafty projects done this week. Have a great one!