|Independence Mine. Hard being the first time of the season (skate skiing), and a torture coming down because of snow pelting out eyes like daggers. But, I loved it!|
This school term has been a huge blessing of at-home-ness. However, our evening are a different thing. It helps to have pre-cooked items, oven on time-bake, or crockpot meals.
SUNDAY/MONDAY: The Lord has put on my heart to direct a drama called "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever". I feel totally inadequate and stretched, but the Lord is my strength and my helper. Thankfully, I have an amazing group of actors/actresses and lots of help (sets, wardrobe, etc) or it would be a disaster. *Save the date December 13, 20, or 21st.
TUESDAY: Bronwyn gets a unique advantage by being a student at Louise Farm School. During this years studies, she gets to learn more about the environment and trees. She spends 3 out of the 5 hours outdoors. Great outdoor education put on by Students from Alaska Pacific University.
WEDNESDAY: I am committed to teach the young girls *8 to *9 year olds in Pioneer Clubs which is like Bible Study plus Girl Scouts combined. I love it. I do get away to a knitting club that I love (Thank Diana).
THURSDAY: I get to run to Wasilla for Robotics for Max and Technology Lab/Battle of the Books (I am coaching this year) for Bronwyn. Hannah gets to volunteer at our local Thrift Store Charity shop.
FRIDAY Day: Super Fun! Co-op. We have about 4 families using Tapestry of Grace, and we share a discussion/activities centered on the World Event and helping form a Biblical Worldview. Then, Speech Boot Camp- I am coordinating a class with 14 students (Middle School-High School). Then Art-I just play a video and let atelier art teach. I do play music in the background.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Life group is one of the special nights where we get to be encouraged and challenge one another. I love it.
I look forward everyday to what the Lord wants from me. I am thankful for my daughters new business and the opportunities to show love to others in our neighborhood.
|Willow LOVED the snow. We had to drive 25 minutes up a mountain to find it, but we did.|