Our camping trip was good - we got to spend some time with the younger two and relax. Though on my account, it was forced. I started feeling sick Friday morning before we left. By the time we left, I felt awful.
Darrell gave me some strong medicine that helped me get through the business of Saturday.
I had a gift card from Pier 1 that I got for my birthday months ago. I am not a huge Pier 1 fan, but we found a Galileo thermometer and a mask on clearance for my daughter.
Then we headed to Barnes and Noble where we bought a Globe. I did not want to spend a ton of money on one and they had the best for under $20 that we could get immediately. It will do what we need.
We did decide to spend a little bit and go see Hidden Figures. It was a fabulous movie! This is the genre that I love.
Then we had an awful dinner at Olive Garden. It was with a gift card, so I am not complaining too much.
After that, I was zonked and have been ever since. Today I lost my voice, but had to keep working. Homeschool is all on their own though - I cannot talk at all, not even a whisper. They are good though - it will be ok this week.
I know we were supposed to do nature this weekend. Darrell and I did sit outside each morning with coffee, but it rained and stormed most of the time. I felt awful for the tenters and there were quite a lot of them. The ones next to us had a toddler screaming BEFORE the storm, so they left within a few minutes of it starting. I don't blame them. If I had not been in a grounded travel trailer, I would have left immediately as well, even without a screaming toddler.
It was good though - I did not work for 48 hours and I really needed that. Seems as though my body is telling me I need more by prolonging the cold. Still feeling pretty yucky, but am resting comfortably.
Right now I am watching the Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix. Interesting...