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Weekend In Review

June 30, 2008 Sarah Coggins

This weekend didn’t turn out exactly as planned. Not that we had many set plans- mostly just “would like” to’s:

  1. Clear weeds and re-mulch landscape bed along south side of house
  2. Sort through master closet removing old & unwanted clothing
  3. Take box(es) of donations to Goodwill
  4. Attend USA Baseball game at Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Saturday
  5. Dog sit for neighbor
  6. Grocery shopping
  7. New cell phones

Most were completed. The yardwork, we’ll hopefully complete tomorrow. I still have a little more sorting to do in the closet. Trent hasn’t started yet (he was outside working on the weeds while I was doing mine on Friday). And while I picked up a new phone from Verizon today – Trent ordered his online after we came home since it was almost 90% less on their website.

Looking over the list now, we accomplished more than I thought. And a very good amount considering I had a migraine almost the entire time – from a mild headache Friday evening to a raging migraine by 3:30am Saturday to mild pain during the day to an even worse (I didn’t think that was possible) migraine last night to mild pain this morning. I’m guessing it was caused by the heat. Who knows. It was about noon today before I felt like myself (ie, no pain and not groggy from meds) . And it is nice to feel normal again. 🙂

One of the highlight’s last night – a rainbow just outside of the stadium:

  • oceans5 June 30, 2008 at 8:40 am
    You got a lot accomplished! Sorry you had such a bad headache.
  • Ryzmomplus2 June 30, 2008 at 1:22 pm
    Looks like you got a lot accomplished this weekend, with some fun too. I so need to do our closets - yuck! I just can't bring myself to that challenge yet?
  • Ter June 30, 2008 at 9:16 pm
    Looks like you got a lot done. I feel like I didn't get anything done either because I didn't do everything I planned but when I look back on what I (we) have accomplished, a lot was done! BTW, how do you make the scratch out?

    Sorry about your migraines, I suffered them for many years. It turned out to be because of high blood pressure for me, but I know I still get headaches when it gets hot or in severe weather changes.
  • toners June 30, 2008 at 10:14 pm
    Wow! You've been a busy lady! You're making the rest of us look bad! LOL :)
  • Janet July 1, 2008 at 8:47 am
    Sounds like you got a lot done! Sorry you were under the weather. Hope all is better now.
  • Linda July 1, 2008 at 9:35 am
    You were busy this weekend, nice photo of the stadium. Hope your headache is gone today.
  • Cheri July 5, 2008 at 12:06 pm
    I think you accomplished a tremendous amount, especially for not feeling up to par most of the time:( I'm glad you're back to normal now!
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