✅ Sleep 9 hours (!). Apparently sleeping in on Saturday mornings is my new thing. Sunday is typically long run day, and Saturday is currently a strength day which only takes ~30 minutes — today I did day #3 of the Intermediate 3-Day Split from Callie on Peloton. Kids’ gymnastics is at 10 am so there is plenty of time to sleep in and still get my (short) workout in. Love it.
❏ Camp friend playdate. Hosting some camp friends of A&C who live ~30-40 min away. Ordered bagels / lox / cream cheese / egg salad / etc to pick up on the way home from gymnastics.
❏ Generally relax + read this afternoon while the kids have some device time. Also, Annabel is going to help me pick a hotel for our DC trip over spring break 2023, which is her (one-year-deferred) “10 year old kid’s choice trip”. We will actually be away for her actual (11th) birthday on this trip which should be fun, will have to come up with a fun way to celebrate! She is going to help plan itinerary / restaurants / etc. We WILL be visiting some fancy stationery stores on this trip. (Jenni Bick for sure and probably Erin Condren if we can make it to the suburbs!).
ALSO: Add Feb 2020 photos to photobook album. FINALLY have some momentum on this long-overdue project. March will certainly be interesting.
❏ Family dinner out somewhere?
❏ Mayyyybe order groceries for delivery tomorrow? Or not? I’m sort of in a grocery rut . . . maybe I will do Trader Joe’s or Costco tomorrow instead for some inspo, since there is extra time in this long weekend (we are BOTH off!). I love the idea of “fall food” and am starting to see it everywhere, but it’s 35983474 degrees and not even remotely fall-like (nor will it be for months) so blah.
If anyone has any fun/relatively easy meal ideas for this long weekend, please share! Maybe I will do a lasagna or something like that. Or eggplant parm, but 2/3 kids (at least) would probably rebel.