Remember Labor Day Weekend? I went to Manhattan for the Rowing Reunion! Here are some pictures.With my Ford Hall roomie and rowing buddy Laura-in the amazing team center that they have out at the boathouse. With lockers! And showers! And a training room! And bathrooms!
It was fun to show Anna the boats. I'd never mentioned rowing to her-pretty foreign for a little farm girl. I got to see Maggie! That was wonderful wonderful. I love that girl.
(I couldn't help but wear workout clothes to the boathouse-couldn't shake the feeling that I might end up running up and down the hill, which is paved now, by the way!).
Here are some of the "Hale Era" rowers-but not all of them. It was great to see these girls again. Maggie and I got oars! Someday the basement will be all done and I think this will look super cool on the wall.
I know it's old news, but I just finally got the chance to play around on Pinterest.
It's pretty fun.
I transferred all of my links (250+) from delicious and sorted them all into boards. I like it because I can see all of the projects, which hopefully will help me remember what I wanted to do. I also really like how easy it is to pin things-just add the "pin it" button to your bookmarks bar and you're set!
Today begins a magical time---I don't think there's a single person in my life who hasn't been put off with the phrase-"after the wedding". (Now Sus, don't feel bad-I loved helping make your day lovely and special) Here's a partial list of the things I'm now going to do:
1. Teach Anna to crochet.
2. Go to a Bible Study with one of the teachers from school.
3. Finish my class!
4. Put away the Halloween stuff.
5. See Katrina.
6. Call Chelsea back.
7. Play around on Pinterest.
8. Make Spencer's Quilt!
9. Get out Katie's next size of clothes.
10. Buy some pants that fit.
11. Change the battery in the smoke detector in my office so it quits that INFERNAL BEEPING!
The nice thing about being really busy is that normal busy all of a sudden feels luxurious. Aaahhh...