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Wednesday~ soup and grilled cheese sandwiches
Thursday~ chicken cordon bleu, noodles, corn
Saturday~ Up in the air, as I am off
Sunday~Leftovers, as I work until 6pm
You know, being a full-time working Mom really isn’t so bad. Besides having a decent paycheck and some good benefits, there are some wonderful things that go with the job. And one day I will write a post about them. Not today. Today is one of those days where being a FT working Mom is not at the top of my list of things that I enjoy. Why you ask? I just have stuff I need to do at home, and I don’t feel like going out.
Truth be told, being a working Mom isn’t so bad, except when:
Don’t get me wrong. I am extremely lucky and blessed to have a full time job in these times. I don’t know what we would do right now if I wasn’t working as well. But sometimes, I just need a day or two with my family to remember why it is I am putting myself through all the hassles.
What about you? What don’t you like about being a working Mom?
Wow! I am absolutely honored that I have been awarded the Liebster Blog Award 3 times this week. A great big thanks to:
Rachel, Jess, and Glosews, for this honor! Getting it one time was very surprising, but to get it multiple times in one week is so very humbling! Thank you so much for thinking so much of my blog, and me!!
This award spotlights up and coming bloggers who generally have less than 200 followers.
1. Copy and paste the award on your blog
2. Thank the giver and link back to the blogger who gave it to you
3. Reveal your top 5 picks and let them know by leaving a comment on their blog.
4. Hope that your followers will spread the love to other bloggers.
I hope you take the time to visit these wonderful blogs!
Recently we took a trip to a local corn maze for a Youth Group activity. We went to the same place last year, so we had an idea of what to expect. Of course, we couldn’t just do a regular corn maze, we had to be different, and have things a little more complicated. Our group does flashlight corn maze. It’s at night, and you navigate using a flashlight. One of the most important things to know about this corn maze is that you had better be well versed in useless trivia. It’s how you navigate the paths. Who would have thought that my son’s habit of reading every Snapple lid would actually be just what we needed? Some of the questions really made you stop and think about them. What you thought would be the right answer, actually was completely wrong, and usually led you to a dead-end. Last year, the kids split up from the adults(a big leap of faith for me, as my son wasn’t quite 12), and they ended up finishing the maze a good twenty minutes before the adults. Our time was a dismal 72 minutes last year. This year we all stuck together, and we ended up finishing in a very respectable 40 minutes. According to the answer key, average time was 32 minutes, so we felt pretty good. The most important thing was everyone had fun, we didn’t lose anyone, and no one had to call 9-1-1 to get out!
So here are some pictures from the maze, mostly at the end because you couldn’t photograph inside the maze.
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