Friday, 7 March 2014

Five on Friday

Here's a look at five things from my week:
1) I'm trying to educate the educators.
2) I got the all clear on my last blood test.  The iron tablets have done the trick, but I'm not allowed to give blood until January 2015, at the earliest.
3) I am, however, continuing with the newly-formed habit of a short rest after lunch.  If the sun is shining, the best room to be in is The Boy Child's playroom office.
4) The Boy Child's school is celebrating World Book Day today.  He is Thing 1 from Dr Seuss' The Cat in the Hat.
5) Baking peanut butter cookies as an end of week treat (and then cleaning my new oven).
How does your Friday look?


Sian said...

What an excellent "Thing" he makes!

Good to hear the tablets have worked. I've said it before, but I'll keep on saying it cos I mean it: blood donors rock

Beverly said...

I am making peanut butter cookies as well. We are prayer partners with 2 college guys going on a mission trip Sunday so I am fixing snacks packs for them. So glad the iron has one. TBC makes an adorable Thing 1 :0

Missus Wookie said...

Glad the iron has helped and you can give blood again. Great Thing 1 - hope he had fun and I'm glad you are educating the educators. Ambitious About Autism has some good teacher training courses too.

alexa said...

Isn't he a super Thing. Good to see that you are looking after yourself too :). And good on you for educating the people who need to know!

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

I'm so glad to hear that your iron levels are up, Ruth! And I'm also glad to know that you are enjoying an afternoon rest.

Your boy's Thing 1 costume is absolutely adorable! I hope he had a fun day wearing it.

Makes me happy every time I see that you are making peanut butter cookies! ♥

Liz said...

Love Thing 1's hair. Glad the t-shirt still fits xxx

Ginger said...

Sorry to hear you've been under the weather, but happy to know things are working out. I would love some peanut butter cookies they are one of my favs. I might have to make a batch this week!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Featured post

It's Just a Word

Autism. Such a small word, only six letters long. Autism. Such a big word, powerful enough to fill a parent's heart with dread and fe...