My weight is pretty much staying the same; I weighed this morning .2 of a pound less than last week. That's OK with me, because I've had some favorite snacks in the house that I've been eating all week. It's just fine that my weight didn't go up even if it didn't come down much.
It's definitely spring here. We've got quince, forsythia, of course daffodils, and cherry trees blooming like crazy. Some of the flowering shrubs in the full sun in our back yard are showing that last year, when we had a heat dome like never seen before (115-116 degrees), they got damaged. One of our magnolias looks really peculiar: it has exactly three big blooms on the whole plant, nothing else (no leaves). I'm hoping it's just set back in its growth, not mostly dead.
It's also spring break in our school district. My son spent the week doing late homework. Today he was supposed to go with his aunt to a concert at the beach, but that was cancelled, so he really hasn't had any fun at all. If he had been able to work straight through without stopping, he might possibly have gotten the homework backlog done in three days, but he says the work is so boring that after a few hours he looks right at an assignment and can't even focus. It's still an open question if he'll finish the last two late assignments he is working on today. (Don't know what he'll say to one teacher if he doesn't get her overdue paper done by tonight, she's given him all kinds of time allowance.) Though having no spring break is a shame and I've been told classwork burnout is real too, I'm just thankful he had a week's hiatus from going to class and getting more assignments piled on, so he had a chance to catch up. After being an A student at his last school, his self-esteem plummeted when he began to feel he probably looked bad to his teachers, and like he couldn't even keep up enough to be a C student. If he goes back tomorrow with everything done, I think he can probably keep up from there, now that he knows the pace and isn't trying to do back work simultaneously with current work. The classes he's taking are pretty heavy on the homework every day; you really can't fall behind or tomorrow's workload is double and the next day's workload is triple. I don't know what it does for kids to load them so much, but I hear that's the way it's done in a lot of schools.
Barb, I'm glad you got through the eye surgery with only lesser inconveniences (once the headache went away). Better you than me having to sleep in a recliner, though -- whenever I've tried it I find that after a few hours I want desperately to roll onto my stomach and straighten my legs.
Have a great week!