We have had a very busy past few days. Very busy! Here's the quick rundown:
Thursday I dropped the boys off at their daycare and then hit the road to drive north to Indianapolis. Arrived just in time to have lunch with three other librarians and then get to our 1pm committee meeting.
The rest of Thursday and Friday was conference stuff for me. I love getting to spend a few days with other music librarians and be able to talk to people who understand!
Hubby got to pick up the boys Thursday evening and take care of all their needs Thursday evening and Friday morning. One of his sisters came to stay the night on Friday night, so he had some extra help then, which I know he appreciated.
Saturday morning, Hubby got the boys in the car and he and his sister left at 4:30am to head north to Indiana. We all met about an hour and a half north of Indianapolis for his grandmother's funeral. I'm so proud of my husband for all the work I know it took to travel four and a half hours with two babies. Actually, it was longer than four and half hours, that's what it would be without stops. They had to stop obviously, but they still did very well.
Following the funeral, there was a luncheon and then we headed back to his grandmother's house to change the babies one last time before hitting the road again. Sister stayed to come back with her parents on Sunday, so it was just Hubby and I in separate cars traveling back. We stayed together the whole time with the exception of about a half hour or so when we got separated at the bridge over the Ohio River which included changing highways as well.
By the way, Cracker Barrel has the coolest chairs for infant seat carriers. Plus they have a lot more space in their baby changing areas than most places do. Regular stops at this establishment are definitely in our future.
While at the luncheon after the funeral we got a phone call from the realtor's office. Someone wanted to see the house that afternoon!! You can imagine that with everything else, the house was not in shape for viewing. We asked that the prospective buyers choose another day. I hate doing that, I always fear we'll lose a potential buyer.
Then Sunday at about 2:45pm we got the call again. They wanted to come see the house at 4:15. We scrambled and managed to get the house in order and cleaned in an hour! One hour!! We had to listen to the boys scream the whole time, but we got it done, got everything we needed for the boys into the car, and we left to go hang out at the mall. Phew!! That was an incredible feat.
Coming up, there's Halloween on Monday (we live on a very popular street) and then All Saints Day on Tuesday. We haven't figured out which Mass we will go to on Tuesday.
I'm looking forward to Wednesday. ::smile::