Thursday, June 24, 2010

Weekend Plans?


I plan to do nothing....nada.... this weekend this way if I miss my goals I won't feel gulity. What are your weekend plans? I have been on the run for a month and next weekend it's back to Kansas City so this weekend I am going eat enchiladas, strawberry shortcake, watch movies, cross stitch, email and laugh a lot. I am tired so I think this will be a mental health weekend. LOL
I want to finish reading LAST WRITES by Laura Levine, also read U IS FOR UNDERTOW by Sue Grafton, maybe I'll write some reviews but we'll see if I do it will probably be Sunday Night.
The PBS Masterpiece Mysteries are back so I'll watch that movie and I might be able to make a pretty good dent in my cat cross stitch project. Now if Frank wants to go someplace for an afternoon I won't argue with him as long as it's not to mom's this weekend.
There are a thousand things I could be doing like painting the bathroom, cleaning out the office closet (heaven forbif it hasn't done since we moved in six years ago) changing the living room around, cooking, cleaning out the frig (I did the pantry last night) and washing my car. Not going to happen this weekend. Most of it probably won't happen this coming week either since we'll leave town on Friday again so it may be a long goal to-do list.LOL
Okay tell us about your weekend!

Let the good times roll,


  1. Hope to read and watch stuff on Saturday. Sunday is my friend MEschelle and my Dad's birthdays. So that will be busier. LOL


  2. Wow, Pam, your weekend sounds great! I know you've had a hectic time of it - but fun - lately. I am going to have lunch with my friend tomorrow and take a cake to my daughter's family tomorrow (recipe will appear on Mystery Lovers' Kitchen July 4th). Everyone in my family loves it if I guest there.

    Have to keep working on my second draft of The Busy Woman's Guide to Murder. And talk to my honey bun!

    The doggies are insisting on a walk or two.

    Enjoy your weekend!

  3. enchiladas and strawberry shortcake sound great to me!

    house stuff, read, and knit.


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