Monday, September 19, 2005

Over Committed/Need to be Committed

I am hoping that if I write all this down, I can get a better handle on it. Or I will realize that I cannot do it all. Last week was crazy, and this week is not looking any better.

Mondays - 4-5pm, Jackson has OT.
Tuesdays and Thursdays the boys are supposed to go to Taekwondo, but this Tuesday the Cub Scouts are marching in the Faulkner County Fair Parade. Last Thursday was the first Pack meeting of the year.
Wednesdays - Mark and I are teaching the K-2nd class at church. Jonathan is going to start having Den Meetings after school on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays.
On the third Saturday of each month I attend DAR meetings with my mother.
I am responsible for the yearbook at the boys' school this year. This means that I have to be there for every event to take pictures.
I am on the PTO Board. Meetings are on the third Thursday
of each month, plus a planning session before that.
I attend Ladies Bible Class on Tuesday mornings, but we are supposed to do homework every night.
I do the newsletters for the neighborhood property owners association and for Jonathan's Cub Scout Pack.
I play Bunko on the second Monday of the month. (Not giving that one up!)
I volunteered to help with Red Ribbon Week and one or two other things, I think.

OK, now that I am looking at all of that, something probably does need to give. Sadly the easiest to give up would be the church related things, but I am not going to do that.
Dinner together at our house is getting very difficult to schedule.
Gotta go do yearbook stuff.


SG said...

Dear Kettle,
What happened to the one activity rule??? And I think you and Mark need that rule worse than your kids!
The Pot

SG said...

Too busy to blog I guess?

SG said...