They've sworn me to secrecy.
I may or may not be conspiring to participate in some surreptitious stitching--all on the down-low, of course.
Then it was my favorite 30 minutes of the week:
Kindergarten Lunch Duty.
From there I ran off to grab lunch.
On the menu?
The house was quiet, and I savored every silent bite.
I may have washed some dishes, done some laundry, wiped down some bathrooms and read a few chapters from my latest book:
It's COMPLETELY different from what I've been reading lately.
But so far it's got my attention.
Three piano students later,
I greeted one RED-cheeked teen who has been coming down with some funky gunk.
Her temp was going UP and her moxie was going DOWN.
My friend Joy has been in the hospital with pneumonia, so we've been enjoying her kids after school. They make doing homework and playing outside new and fun again!
(The shift in the age demographic is making me a lot more tired at the end of the day.)
-Soccer Practices have begun.
-Needed to trip off to the doctor at dinner time
-Youth Activities at church
-A husband who is bringing home the bacon (from Alabama)
-a well-timed visit from super-home-teacher
who also doubles as a babysitter/Taxi enigma;
(all the dishes were done and kids were home when I got back from my run-around)
and now it's bedtime.