Ten Things I Did in February Instead of Writing

Wait, what month is it? Is it March already? And I only wrote 3 posts in February? Hmm. I need to get writing!

  1. On President’s Day, I took my daughters rollerblading.
  2. I’ve been reading and adding titles to my Goodreads Challenge for 2016. One of the books I read is Hiding in Plain Sight, by blogging friend Angela Evans! Review on the blog coming soon, although you can read my review on Amazon if you’re interested.
  3. I’ve been walking at the gym and outside. In February, I walked 43 miles!
  4. It’s Lent, and I’ve been attending a Bible study at my church on Wednesday evenings.
  5. Both girls participated in the control group for a research project for a rare childhood disease.
  6. Ed and I met some friends for dinner.
  7. Ed and I went to a dinner dance.
  8. I cleaned the house for the babysitter.
  9. Lily had an orchestra concert.
  10. Ed and I sang a duet in church two Sundays in a row.
  11. BONUS! We also sang and played handbells for Hymn Fest, an annual event at our church.

So, here’s my plan. In the next few days (weeks?), I’m going to write a post for some of the above events to fill in the details. I’ve missed blogging! For now, I’m going to link up to Lisa and Rabia’s Tuesday Ten!

 

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Stop by and visit the hostesses of Tuesday Ten, Lisa and Rabia!

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6 Responses to Ten Things I Did in February Instead of Writing

  1. Way to go on the walking. I haven’t had any motivation in any direction of my life. Same thing with the reading, I need to get off this computer and read. I was so much more productive before I started blogging. Did they enjoy the rollerblading? Sounds like your February was very busy. I too cannot believe it is already March……

    • They did enjoy rollerblading! I’m writing a post about it right now! It was nice to take a break from the computer, but now it’s hard to get back to writing. 🙂

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