I LOVE Fridays.
And I'll tell you why.
Brandon pretty much always has weekends off, so Friday marks the beginning of two days of uninterrupted "Brandon Time." :-D
Fridays also remind me that I have a life outside of being a wife and mother, namely, I get to see friends who are still in school, or who work. Yay!
Overall, there is just something in the air on Fridays, be it sunny, cloudy, rainy, or what not, that screams "FREEDOM!" Even though I'm not in school anymore, weekends are still a godsend, and Friday is another reason to give thanks.
And for this particular Friday, I think I'll be a little bit lazy. Instead of scrubbing down and sterilizing the bathrooms, which is the usual plan for Fridays, I think I'll just clean the toilets and call it good. Also, I am attempting to use my bread machine again...so far so good. I've checked on it, and I have rising dough at this point. In addition to home-made bread and minimal cleaning, I will be giving Evie a bath, which means a not stinky Evie (always a plus) and I get to do her hair some intricate way that will allow me to leave it alone the next few days :-) So much fun! As if that wasn't enough...I will maybe pamper myself a little. Finish the manicure I started last night, or something else fun.
And I get to see my friend Ashley tonight! (Bonus!)
Saturdays are also great. We usually stay in bed till 10, sometimes I make a big-ish breakfast. Sometimes we go out and walk around the mall, or other stores, which is a high-light for Evie. And this particular weekend means we get to see Brandon's family. I enjoy this, because it means good company, and Evie gets to play with her cousin Alex (she only has the one).
I love spending time with family :-)
Sunday will also be great, because this Sunday is Stake Conference, and Brandon's parents are in our stake. So, we will get to see them at church, and instead of being 3 hours, church will only be 2 hours. I feel that life is good right now.
After church, we will come home, maybe Evie will take a nap, and around 2-3 that afternoon, we will walk to Brandon's parents' house (we live that close) and we will be treated to a phenomenal meal cooked by Brandon's dad, like we are every other week we come to visit :-). I feel good about this.
And then sadness will set in around 8, when the realization hits that the weekend is over, and Brandon has to wake up at 5 the next morning to go to work, and our week will start all over again.
But until then, I will be happy that I have the weekend to spend with good friends and wonderful family.