For a few reasons, we will be staying in town this weekend.
As much as we love to camp and get away for the weekend, Joey has his last of the season basketball game before his tournament, and all the surrounding areas still have plenty of snow and down trees.
But if not for those two things, I’m pretty sure we’d be packing a cooler right about now.
On a good note, despite the snow outside our window, it is finally MARCH! So we finally made it out of the depths of winter! 🥳
Technically still winter, but close enough!
My 11 year old son, Joey is having a sleepover tonight and we are having tacos for dinner. We will most likely put on a family movie or just watch a basketball game. Jayden my 8 year old will be helping me bake some cookies. Fun stay-at-home stuff!
Books, Books, Books
I am trying to finish up an adorable middle grade book from NetGalley called Caterpillar Summer, which comes out in April. Super cute! Then I have graphic novel to read that is on Teresa and my 2019 reading challenge, All’s Faire in Middle School.
At the beginning of the year we each picked 12 books to put toward a challenge together. Here is the list we came up with…
The Stars Beneath Our Feet
The Forgetting Spell
Splendors and Glooms
The Someday Birds
The Neverending Story
Better Nate Than Ever
Fish In A Tree
The House With Chicken Legs
Three Bird Summer
All’s Faire in Middle School
Roller Girl (read)
Positively Izzy (read)
The Cruel Prince
Hour of the Bees
The Invention of Hugo Cabret (read)
Have you read some of these?
Teresa is a great writer, check out her blog over at The Haunted Wordsmith
It’s going to be just a laid back weekend for us.
Because of the snow we only had preschool on Friday. Which means most of our chores are done for the week. We ended up having about 18 inches of snow total here, which shut down a good part of our state for almost a week. Some people are still without power.
What are your weekend plans? How’s the weather where you are? Have a wonderful weekend!
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