Moving Day!

Today was a long, but productive day.  I had the weekly pregnancy education class to start the morning off.  This week’s topic was infant oral health.  Then I headed home to change from ACUs into my PT uniform and get some breakfast.  I headed back to work and got some awards taken care of – they had come back with some corrections for us to make before being signed.  So I made the corrections and got the signatures and got them submitted.  That took me to our early lunch – the rest of the band had been in at 0630, so we had lunch from 1030-1200.  I headed home and crocheted for a little while during lunch and then headed back to the real band hall.  We got probably 90% of everything moved today, mostly due to everyone pitching in and helping wherever needed.  Each shop still has at least one computer up and running in the temporary band hall because we don’t have internet at the band hall yet, but for the most part, everything is out of the temp. place.  At the end of the day, we had a formation for information about Thursday’s ceremony and tomorrow’s rifle qualification range.  Then I headed home and had some me-time before picking Robert up from Child Time.  I finished the baby bib that I started crocheting at lunch – stuff for the Holiday Bazaar that is the first weekend of November.  I’m thinking of a price for them, and I’m thinking of $3 each or 2 for $5.  Any thoughts??  After I picked Robert up, we came home and I made frozen waffles for dinner.  He played Wii for a while and I talked to Ryan when he called.  I enjoy our daily phone calls, but I can’t wait until he’s home again in 3 1/2 weeks.  After he was in bed, I made another bib – 3 complete now!

Today’s high:  87
Current:  68

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