Friday, February 21, 2014

Five on Friday

1. On Tuesday I was rushing to get ready for the day before teaching joy school. I wasn't paying attention as Corbyn climbed up on the counter and burned his foot on my straightener. I of course felt terrible. Luckily it wasn't that bad of a burn. He kept an ice pack on it for most of joy school and soaked it a few times that morning, but since then hasn't complained too much about it other than to want a band-aid on it.

2. We've enjoyed warmer weather this week and have had a lot of opportunities to get outside. I've been working with Peyton to try to get her to pedal her tricycle. So far she is more interested in just making it go any way she can!

3. I finally got my Silhouette out of its box to cut out an S for this craft we did at joy school this week. It is much bigger than I could have ever cut out with my Cricut. That's enough to excite me and I know I'm barely just skimming the surface of what it can do!

4. We've continued to enjoy watching the Olympics this week. Our favorite moments include Bob Costas returning after being out a few days with an eye infection, the USA (Davis and White) winning gold in the ice dance competition, and the entire women's figure skating final (a favorite of mine since I was a little girl watching Michelle Kwan).

5. Tonight for dinner I made my first pork tenderloin. I made Mel's Roasted Maple-Glazed Pork Tenderloin and it was amazing! Rog went so far as to say he wants that to be the last meal he ever eats. 


Rachel said...

Jilly burned her hand on my straightener almost two years ago and it was awful!! She still has a big scar. I still feel terrible about it. Your S looks so cute! We did striped snakes also.

The Goodrich's said...

Any of Mel's pork tenderloins are delish! We love the apricot one and the cinnamon one. I'll have to try the maple one next!