Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Today's feats

I would say today was pretty amazing. Not only did Anna work extremely hard on math, but we were also entertained by a new cd call Snack Time. It was really for the little children but we were all amused of course because we love to listen to such silliness. While Anna worked and listened, I sorted more socks. Cecilia helped and we have a laundry basket full now. Most of them seem to be for feet that don't fit them right now so the next problem will be what to do with these socks that are waiting for feet to grow into them! Ugh. Organization is SUCH a pain.

After the sock sorting spree I cuddled up with Stefan for a little snoozaroo time. He truly is much more enjoyable lately. He is eating well, loving the great outdoors and sleeping until almost eight o'clock in the morning. Sigh. Hold onto having a one and a half year old as long as you can. I think I am catching up on some MUCH needed rest.

My post napping activity was......drum roll please.......finishing mailing my Christmas letters, God children's presents from Christmas, baby gift for freinds in OHIO, and a wedding gift. Phew! Tomorrow will be return the Christmas gifts that haven't been returned. I can't wait. Our bedroom is shaping up finally and perhaps by the end of next week we will be able to walk through it. I am not such a great example for my children in this department but when you are committed to teaching, the house does tend to go to the dogs. What was my excuse a year and a half ago?????

Anna planted my lilies which badly needed planting and she is still downstairs listening to the cd and working her way through review Algebra one.

Erik sprayed the ant population, trimmed trees and bushes, planted my blueberry bushes, rounded up some more trouble places and helped Charley put together a gate for some friends.

I think everyone will sleep till almost eight o'clock tomorrow......

1 comment:

Nick-Ig said...

I woke up this morning and everything was different. Something was strange in the air. I woke up this morning and everything was different. I knew that the Ninjas had been there.

I looked all around my bedroom. Underneath the dresser. behind the bed, but nothing could be found. There was nothing left behind them. No fingerprints of crumbs on the ground.

Th Ninjas are deadly and silent they are also unspeakably violent. The speak Japanese; do whatever they please, and sometimes they vacation to Ireland.

Th Ninjas are deadly and silent they are also unspeakably violent. The speak Japanese; do whatever they please, and if you take off there masks they'll be smiling.

The Ninjas from "Snack Time"