Monday, March 2, 2009

Toes and Taxes

My toes are properly pedicured (thanks to a little mini retreat Hubby gave me for Valentine's Day). That means baby is free to come anytime. This has been a pre-baby ritual all along, except it never got done last time because Crockett was almost 3 weeks early.

Taxes are not done. I'm hoping to have them done before the little one comes, but that may be wishful thinking.

Children are antsy. It got cold again, right after spring seemed to be peeking out a bit. It's supposed to be in the sixty's this weekend, though, so that should help. 

It definitely feels like Monday. Here's hoping the week picks up a bit...


Suzie said...

A pedicure would be soo fun! My sis and I have been talking about going together for quite some time, but we just haven't done it. So for now, I'm just keeping my feet covered.

We are a ways from Spring, but that doesn't mean we aren't dreaming and longing for it! The sunshine today is wonderful ... can't believe the time changes next weekend.

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Stacy Brown said...

I hear ya about Spring and warmer weather....then we could maybe see those nicely pedicured toes of yours!

Anonymous said...

I imagine it most be much nicer to look at pretty feet in the birthing room. Keeping you in my thoughts.

I heard birds chirping this morning and breathed a sigh of relief...I've made it through another winter.

Jennifer said...

We;re praying for you Michelle! Can't wait to see that little baby.