This week has just been so unpredictable, I really don't know whether I am coming or going. Last weekend was busy. Monday I felt terrible and ended up in bed all day with a low grade migraine. As my husband was at work, I got up to unlock the doors so that the children could come in from school. After telling them I needed to go back to bed, they were really supportive. My son agreed to cook pasta for the 3 of them to have tea, the oldest two agreed to walk the youngest to her gym lesson, 10 minutes walk from home. I agreed to get up in order to take the older two to their club and to pick up the youngest. On returning home it was straight back to bed and husband was home to do the final collection of children.
Tuesday saw the arrival of new double glazing! We have had two houses of our own since getting married, in both we had one or two windows replaced, but never the whole lot. My husband was left some money which we decided would be best used to get the double glazing done. I still didn't feel great and so didn't want to go into the office to work as it is very small and stuffy and there are usually at least two others trying to work in there who I didn't want to pass my germs onto. So I wrapped up warm and worked from the living room, the only room not being touched on that day while the workman drilled and bashed around the rest of the house.
I was very impressed with how quickly they worked, they came back on Wednesday to do the patio doors, back door and bay window. By 3pm on Wednesday they were all done! My wonderful hubby did all the cleaning up after they had been and today I have managed with his help to get a new curtain rail up in the bay window and the curtains re hung. On top of this I have managed to clock in about 26 hours of 'work' including two evening meetings. I am now sat on the sofa, contemplating the fact that another weekend has come to be - how did that happen? Fortunately other than the normal chores and running a service at church on Sunday morning, there is not much else that needs to be done - maybe I might be able to craft and rest a little?