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Looking Forward to Monday?

Yup, you read that right. I'm looking forward to Monday. I am a creature of habit and routine. I feel better when I have some sort of routine. I had court last week for my former life so my in-laws came to watch the babies. I love my in-laws, it's just a break in routine when we have company. They stayed the night because the next day I had LASIK! Which is very exciting and I am on day 4 and seeing 20/20. I haven't done that since Kindergarten. The first thing Mr. Hubs told me as they walked me out of the "operating room" was "Wow, your eyes were way worse than mine. They had to laser you for wwwwaaaaayyyy longer than me." I was so blind. Mr. Hubs was a very good nurse. Saturday instead of having a lazy day around the house Mr. Hubs and I took the babies and went on a shopping spree. Ugh...gives me indigestion to think about. Though the babies did really well on our shopping extravaganza. No fits at all. We've been shopping around for about 8 years for bedroom furniture. We finally found some we liked. We also felt the need to buy an new TV console and refrigerator as well. Don't get me wrong, I'm very excited about this. Today was lazy and uneventful, but I'm looking forward to tomorrow so the boys and I can get back into the swing of things and get our normal boring routine back. I have a couple of weeks off from court and I am looking forward to the break.

How was your weekend?

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