Monday, March 14, 2011

Ahhhhh

This morning I slept in and sipped on Starbucks cinnamon spice via coffee in my pajamas.

I love spring break. (Although with the thermometer reading 33 this morning, it felt a bit more like winter break.)

This school year has been brutal, so I am oh-so-thankful to have this week off. It came not a moment too soon. And how awesome that it fell on the DST week?! I love having this week to adjust to the time change.

We have some fun things planned for this week, but today will be our day of relaxation. A good day to watch TV, play Wii, and get a few things done around the house.

This is my view from the recliner, if that's any indication of our energy level today.


Stay tuned this week for more frequent posts, including a recipe, daily recaps of our week off, and a giveaway!

Did I mention I love spring break?


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9 comments:

Kimberly said...

Super cute pic! Our spring break was last week. and of course, this week I have found myself on the couch with the flu. Ish. However it is giving me time to catch up on some blog reading (and doing a giveaway today!). Woot Woot!

Julie said...

Have a super spring break...you deserve it! My little guy started his this week. Dtr's is next week (different schools).

Michelle said...

Girl, my hubs took the week off too, it will be a miracle if we are all in tact by the end of the week. Have a nice break, we are getting ready to do some painting!! wooo hooo

Miss Lace said...

Lucky girl! I am in the middle of hell week...PT Conferences...before I reach spring break. Soooo close yet so far away. Have an awesome break!

Finding Normal said...

YAY! I love JDM on break! All of the 31 posts and now a blog post?? In heaven down here! Enjoy your week!

Dysfunctional Mom said...

Enjoy your well-deserved break!

Delberta said...

Yeah for Spring Break! Looks like the pups are enjoying it too!

Leslie Moon said...

Everyone needs a nice lazy day every now and again! Love the pic of the dogs.

LindaFaye said...

I am just now applying to a teaching program at San Jose State. Any advice for a wanna be teacher? (I'm thinking early elementary grades.)