In 2017, my Project 52 pages will be out of sync with the calendar year but I don't care. As far as Project 52 goes, my weeks have always begun on Wednesday and I'm not about to mess with success.
Last Wednesday was our second from last work day of the year. I tried to get everything set up for 2017 but I know I missed any number of things. For instance, we were in the car driving down to Indiana when I suddenly realized I'd completely overlooked creating new files for everything that isn't stored in the main file cabinet. Not that it really matters; I can't close the books until the December bank statements arrive from the bank and I won't turn things over to the accountant for at least another 30 days.
After work on Thursday we went out and did our pre-travel shopping then went home and packed up. On Friday morning jebra walked over to Enterprise and picked up a rental as we weren't convinced either of our cars could successfully manage the trip. We had a little Mitsubishi and it made jebra realize how much he misses driving a tiny car. Not that it could hold his band gear, because it couldn't.
Anyway, we arrived in Pendleton, Indiana in the late afternoon and spent the rest of the day hanging out with his family. On Saturday we drove to Noblesville for coffee with friends and I once again didn't think of taking any pictures until we were in the car driving away. After coffee we went back to Les' house and had dinner with the extended family.
We headed home on the first, and returned to work on Monday. I'm still not sure if that was supposed to be an actual work day for us, but we weren't the only ones who came in to the office. We stayed late, trying to wrap up more projects, and did the same yesterday. Only last night we got to add stopping for groceries to the list of chores as jebra has already gone away on a security gig.
Scrapbook papers & elements from the kit Bohemian Breeze. For more information about the designers and their work, see http://mrs-sweetpeach.dreamwidth.org/903338.html.
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