Monday - This will be a busy week of work! I was up early, ran, and then set out on my early morning yard work before I needed to wake Dee up. I watered my flower bed...the tall ones are the sunflowers Nate and Jess planted. I see a bud on one of them. Hopefully they will bloom. For sure, after the wedding, I am not wasting any more water on this...Too much water and heat.
Dee went home teaching...and I had time, so I baked our whole wheat bread.
Wednesday - Amber and Doran needed help because Kooper's regular sitter was going to attend a high school graduation, so he arrived with Daddy at 6:30 am. We had a good time, and my visiting teachers and Nano had a blast with him.
Thursday - Dee found out late last night that he has to spend the next two afternoons at a Kaizen Seminar at the Tempe Honeywell plant.
Sometimes, I hate Honeywell.
All of a sudden, it was noon and I was still in my exercise clothing. (I did get to do all of my exercises, though. I spent time laundering, hauling stuff in the hard, Lorrie Hudson called and shared what she has gotten prepped for the reception and we planned when we would get together to decorate, etc. Sharynn called and gave me some great and cheap ideas for cupcake towers...if they have not made anything yet. I worked on cooking my tomato sauce to make lasagna tonight...gets lots of stuff out of the fridge so it's great.
I readied for my day tomorrow getting all the cupcakes baked and cooled...and frozen. My recipe uses a cake mix for a base, and then you doctor it to make pretty awesome cupcakes. So, I put all the dry ingredients, cake mix, flour, sugar, and salt, in ziploc bags.
We ran over to Dorrie's to borrow some glass platters for a cupcake tower idea I had...We were greeted by her new sheep: Mama and (we can't remember...honey, sweetie, etc.)
When we got home, Morgan was packing up his motorcycle. He wanted to go and camp near the Sedona fire, so off he went.
Friday: Operation Cupcake is on...
First, I had glasses with 4 egg whites, vanilla and almond extract and 2 Tbsp canola oil.