Not sure about you, but I only played hooky from school once. I asked Mom’s permission first too of course for “senior ditch day”. That’s just how I was. Wait, I’m still like that actually.
Yesterday the boys were in need of a little extra attention and Mama love so we focused on that pretty much all day.
We have been loving our pool time lately.
Oh and hey, our gym got some of these cool new belts.
I had to try it out for a few running laps yesterday. I might be doing a little more of that this weekend.
I taught a couple classes at the gym last night and had a few thoughts along with this view on the way home.
I feel like I’ve been working extra hard just to keep my head above water lately with everything. With that said, I haven’t really been doing that great of a job of it either.
I don’t know, I guess I’m just a little overwhelmed with life stuff. I’m sure we all are, but I usually let things build up until I have a breakdown and hit bottom. I really don’t want that to happen, so I’m playing hooky today and calling it a weekend.
I’m giving myself some extra time to rest, to spend more quality time with the family (we’re going to see the new Planes movie today) and to just get things in order.
So, here I go. Playing hooky. I’m such a rebel. Ha ha.
Enjoy your weekend friends.
I’ll leave you with a couple of my favorite inspiring things I found from the past couple of days.
It’s been almost six months since I did the STUFT 60 Challenge for Sixty Feet. It’s almost time to do something like that again to give back. I saw this tweet earlier today.
Gosh I love that quote.
Then I saw this awesome success story about a boy that Sixty Feet helped resettle.Here’s what they say about the story.
The work of resettling children is difficult and labor intensive. So when we have a story as inspiring and uplifting as Sampson’s, we can’t help but share it. Our gospel-soaked counseling program is seeing some tangible results and the response that Sampson has to it makes all the long hours worth while. The following account comes from our 2nd quarter report submitted to the UG government regarding our work in returning children to their families.
They do some amazing work over there in Uganda.
And again, thank you to instagram for these:
Anyone else ever feel like they just have to play hooky?