Have you been to Washington state? I got to visit Seattle a couple of years ago, so I know how beautiful the area is. And this week I get to visit another part of Washington.
Emotions are not one track. Sometimes I’m excited-scared or confused-organized. This past weekend I was glad-sad.
Once I got unpacked and caught up with the home front, it was time to start scrubbing. Nothing says, “Mom’s HOME!” like a day of house cleaning.
A few years ago God started opening up opportunities for me to take small trips here and there. I’d be asked to speak at a conference or have a training meeting to go to.
I am so happy to be back to normal life this morning! We are starting school today and it’s been a full month of doing nothing but entertaining ourselves and not cleaning the house.
Are you as overwhelmed as I am by all of the activity surrounding this time of year? School starting, summer ending, new afternoon and evening schedules and so many new things popping up on the calendar!
The boys are so excited about this trip that it’s been non-stop Universal talk for weeks. Since April we have had a countdown display on the school white board and every morning they change the number.
Rain! We finally got rain after months of dryness. There were cracks in our yard so big I was worried that one of the chickens might fall right in.
In an effort to stay cool I have been equipping myself with cooling gadgets and devices. I like gadgets and new technology. I can’t always figure them out, but I still like them.
Gee, I didn’t realize going out to dinner was such a rare occasion for them. Clearly we have given our children the impression that it only happens when there is a serious reason for it. Like a birthday or giving terrible news.