Saturday, October 4, 2008

Still Alive and Doing Well

So, for all of my loyal readers, I am sorry that I have not posted for a couple of weeks...I don't usually have a computer after work or on the weekends. Scott has been pretty busy with school and studying. Anyway, so needless to say, we have not been up to much. Last night my boss and his family took us to a nice restaurant at St. Petersburg Pier. We were pretty sure they were gonna get the bill, but it is still a little nervewrecking when you are not quite sure if you should say two checks or one. But, it was my boss's treat. I posted a video of the flamingo dancers (well, the music that was being played. These guys were AMAZING. They could move their fingers so fast on those guitar strings), but you can't see too much.
So, our week after school and work usually goes a little something like this:
Monday: Dinner at 6:30/7:00
That 70's Showuntil 8/9
Scott Studying from 8:30ish to 11:00ish
Me Knitting (OK, I have turned into a major goob. I am totally content knitting. A cute old lady from the ward taught me how to do it at enrichment and now I am hooked)

Dinner at 6:30/7:00
That 70's Show
Scott Studying
Me Knitting (until ten. That is my bedtime)



Date Night

Scott studies all day pretty much (mixed in with a little Football. He is a true Foley)

Church and more studying

I am grateful for my calling teaching primary. That will keep me even busier during the week. I really do more than just knitting at night. Sometimes I get really crazy and clean my house! I know..I should slow down a bit! :) We are still loving it out here and I am really proud of Scott and how hard he has been working. It makes the quiet nights a little more tolerable.


Cynthia said...

Very Cute picture of the two of you!!! Great schedule! ha ha ha
Enjoy yourself. These are the good old days you'll remember someday.

emily said...

When I was still in school and Dave was done, I HATED the nights I had to study and he just got to hang out and watch TV or whatever he wanted. Then when he went back to get his masters and the roles were reversed, I LOVED it (but felt sorta bad for him that he had to be studying all the time). That picture of you guys are cute!

Chelsy said...

I'm a litle jealous. I'm sick of studying already (especially subjects I have no real understanding or interest in (aka: accounting)). Okay, I'm alot jealous. This MBA has it's good moments, but it has it's 'downer' moments too. :o(


Lovell Family said...

glad to hear you guys are doing well!

Boquinha said...

I love "ordinary" posts like this. It's nice to hear from you guys. I'd love to see some pictures of what you're knitting. Our homeschool group has an extra curricular knitting group and we really enjoy it, too! Have you ever done finger knitting?

The Fegers said...

Isaac perked up and started bouncing, which is his form of dancing. We liked it even though we couldn't see the dancers. Was it the Colombia or the top of the pier? They're such a nice family. So, let's change up your routine some evenings:)

Lindsay said...

I know...Im a total dork! :) I am totally fine with changing up my schedule!

Kevin and Jen said...

Sounds like you guys are doing great! Knitting eh? You'll have to show me how to do that. I learned how to crochet on the mish (grandma was so proud :) Anyway, good luck with school, work, everything! It is fun to see what you are up to.

JonandLo said...

PS- Your hair is super that first pic of you two!

Mark said...

I just love this pic of you guys!!

It's me Jen, not Pete, don't be freaked out!

Tami said...

I can't even pick up a crochet hook without getting totally engrossed in a project-its so addicting! Oh, the school life- how many years? 3 or 4? Have you guys gotten settled?

Tami said...

Oh, and love the "sometimes" post!

Eric and Kassi said...

Hooray for "That 70's Show!" That is one of our favorites to watch.