It’s gorgeously sunny outside. It hasn’t gotten hot yet, so all the windows are open in an attempt to air out the house before the heat comes.
The girls are laying on the floor playing with the little ceramic figures they got when we visited Papa Joe at his store yesterday. Z got a Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz, and Tiny got a Tinkerbell. Chances are they will be broken soon (at least the Tinkerbell- the Tin Man seems a bit more stable) but they really want to play with them rather than just let them be on the shelf. So, we will learn a lesson. Or we won’t.
I’m surrounded by half done projects, many of which I’m hoping to get to today. The most pressing is hot gluing the velcro back on Tiny’s church shoe.
My kitchen needs cleaning and my floor needs vacuuming. Luckily those are easily enough done.
I’m weighing going to the produce stand today vs. going swimming with friends. We can’t really pull off both (they’d have to happen at the same time). If we go swimming then I’d have to pack lunches. That may have just made my decision for me.
Tinkerbell just broke.
It’s time for me to go jump in the shower and then do Z’s reading lesson and then run to the store to get pull ups and milk. And bananas. I read a random blog post a week or so ago about scheduling, and this random family (it really is random, I got to it through a link from a link, so I have no idea who they are) only runs errands and goes grocery shopping once every month or so. How is that remotely possible? Really, I don’t mean that in a snarky way; I’d really like to know. I feel like I’m running errands every day. So my goal is to work on that. But today, I’m headed to the store.
I have a post percolating about the abundance of miracles and manifestations of spiritual gifts I’m seeing around me lately, but that is a post for another day. For now, suffice it to say that I am grateful.
I’m seriously considering participating in an at home business. Much to consider.
What’s going on with you at this moment?