It’s October 17th, and it finally feels like fall is here to stay. We’ve had a hard freeze, the leaves are falling, and two pumpkins adorn my front step.
Here’s what this beautiful autumn day was like in the world of The Displaced City Girl.
6:00 AM – wake up to two little boys, start the coffee, throw some breakfast together
7:00 AM – John woke up and helped me set up the ladder, so I could finish painting the stairway.
8:00 AM – cleaned up my paint supplies, loaded the troops up in the Outback, delivered John and Gunder to a hay field
9:00 AM – ordered two cans of paint in order to finish painting the basement
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM – fed children, put them down for naps, painted the basement
3:00 PM – Played at the park, Chet ran away, looked for Chet, found Chet
4:00 PM – Finished painting the second coat in the basement
5:00 PM – John made supper for all of us
6:00 PM – Bath time for the boys!
We each get 24 hours every day to do with what we wish; hopefully your day was filled with as many wonderful things as mine!
Wishing you a lovely evening,
The Displaced City Girl