Good Morning. :) I hope you are having a great morning, wherever you are. Or afternoon, or evening! I am trying. I am alone today, husband working, kids at school. And its a Monday. I have been doing some substitute teaching this year, but it's been really slow. So all last week I was home alone. It's not a bad thing, but I feel bad. I guess because my hubby works so hard. So I make sure that here at home the chores get done, great meals get made, and I don't sit and watch tv all day. :) I like being home. I really do. I want to stay here all of the time, but I need to make money! I'm thinking I'll ask around, and see if anyone is looking for a babysitter. Someone that would bring their child to me. If I just had like two kids everyday, that would be great. So we'll see.
So far this morning I haven't been too productive! I spent probably a half an hour watching the birds. Literally. Its become a hobby of mine and Andy's, and this morning the birds were busy. Our favorites, the red cardinal visited the feeder, and brought his wife along. The chickadees were plentiful, and even a new bird I hadn't seen before. I think it's a grey jay. Very cute! After that, I spent some time going through some boxes in my basement, looking for a book I thought I had. At church, our small group is studying the book of John. I was sure I had a study guide type book that would go along with the study, but I couldn't find it. Meanwhile though, I came across some other books that I want to read or reread! Next on my list is to get the one load of laundry that I need to do going, and then I'm going to try and make homemade granola bars. Hopefully that goes well.
January is almost half over, and I am so glad. I hate January and February. Cold, grey, long, boring months. These are the months I wish I could go live in Florida. I have friends and relatives there that are commenting on how its 82 degrees today. No fair.
This was a boring post. Later I may post again, about the trials of a very stubborn seven-year-old little boy! We'll see. Have a great day!