Back to a Schedule Sunday



This Sunday marks the beginning of the school year.  Back to a schedule and the end of travels for the month of July.  In a way I am glad.  The month of July has been crazy.  More time away than at home.  I am ready for a work schedule and some time at home...and time for blogging.  

Hope to see all of you soon.  


Linking up with The Barn Collective.  



Comments

  1. Home sweet home! I'll be looking for your posts. I'm relegated to doing blog only for a 1 hour period on Sundays and using my fumbling thumbs on a smartphone to comment.

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  2. School?? Already? Sad in a way, to know that the summer is so soon over for many. But I agree that getting back to something like normal and scheduled is good.

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  3. It’s still another month here before school resumes - right after Labour Day.

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  4. Seems like the summer has gone by so fast, but we are still on our cross country road trip and, of course, retirement means no schedules to follow. But then all good things much end and so we will return to our non-travel lifestyle come Sept and look forward to the next trip(s).

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  5. I know what you mean. No time to get serious things done.

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  6. Vacationing is fun . . .
    Although being home and a schedule puts me in a good mood/place.
    Enjoy the week . . .

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  7. ...I'm amazed at how early your school year starts! About 4 weeks of summer before scholl starts here. Thanks for stopping by, enjoy your week.

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  8. You'll soon be busy again...but routine which is less stressful.

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  9. Hello, neat barn, it looks huge. It is nice when schedules are not so busy. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week!

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  10. I hope it isn't too hot for the kids to go out and play at recess!

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  11. Nice barn! Glad you are happy to "get back in the groove." Take care!

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  12. Holidays and hectic times are so much fun but getting back to a routine after all the festivities is quite comforting ✨

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  13. Nice barn, Michelle. School here begins at the end of the month. We live right next to a school, while we live up on a slope, the school is down from us so it's not nosy. They are older kids and have a pitch (field) behind the school to practice their football. Have a nice week and I'm glad you had a wonderful time visiting Ireland.

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  14. Have a great year of school! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  15. Schools here don't start until after Labour Day. A lot of places are offering day camps.

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  16. I haven't had a schedule since the middle of 2010 and the time flies by . . .

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  17. You know you've been busy when you look forward to your vacation ending!

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