Project 365 {week 41}

Just when I think it’s safe to say things are back to normal…

A kid gets sick and the whole week gets weirded up.

October 6: Just a typical Sunday in Sluiter Nation.

October 6: Just a typical Sunday in Sluiter Nation.

October 7: The week starts normally enough. Just a couple dudes reading books together after school

October 7: The week starts normally enough. Just a couple dudes reading books together after school

 

October 8: This one get sent home from daycare with a 102* fever. And the week tanks.

October 8: This one get sent home from daycare with a 102* fever. And the week tanks.

October 9: I stay home with the Edster and try to get some work done.

October 9: I stay home with the Edster and try to get some work done.

 

October 10: Day 3 of The Sickness. His bestie got him the souvenirs from the preschool visit from the  firemen. Eddie even smiles about it.

October 10: Day 3 of The Sickness. His bestie got him the souvenirs from the preschool visit from the firemen. Eddie even smiles about it.

October 11: Day four of The Sickness...it seems to be gone. And we end the day in a snuggle pile.

October 11: Day four of The Sickness…it seems to be gone. And we end the day in a snuggle pile.

 

October 12: Cort worked SO hard today to organize our basement areas. This is the laundry room...I even have a desk for my craft area now!

October 12: Cort worked SO hard today to organize our basement areas. This is the laundry room…I even have a desk for my craft area now!

The week could have been more productive, but it was good to slow down.

I hated seeing my little buddy feel like garbage, though.

At least the weather report is calling for some actual fall weather, we made headway on Project Basement Organization, and everyone is feeling better.

Here’s to a new week.

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About Katie

Just a small town girl...wait no. That is a Journey song. Katie Sluiter is a small town girl, but she is far from living in a lonely world. She is a middle school English teacher, writer, mother, and wife. Life has thrown her a fair share of challenges, but her belief is that writing through them makes her stronger.

Comments

  1. I’m so glad Eddie is better now!
    Yay for your own desk!!

  2. Happy to hear that Eddie is feeling better!
    When a little gets sick, we just never can tell what the days will look like, can we?
    Hope this week is healthier at your house!

  3. Happy that Eddie is feeling better. Hope you have a good week.

  4. Ahhh, a new week. Another chance to have the best week ever. Glad Eddie is better. 🙂