Even his cap and gown are labeled “Doctor”
Dinner last night was soft tacos and I made a hefty amount of chili dip. So delicious.
I’m enjoying this bible study of Sirach I’m doing online with a group of Catholic friends.
Anna starts back up with voice lessons this week. She’s also starting piano lessons for the first time. Abigail is getting back into the swing of things with softball season. Our Nicholas is gearing up for the Pokémon tournament at the end of the month in Portland. Thomas has completed boot camp for the Coast Guard and is happily enjoying his current station in Alabama.
I’m looking forward to spring and gardening and planting veggies. I’m even planting a small garden with the middle school youth group.
So, back in September of 2016 I closed my daycare. I had been running the daycare for almost 15 years. I was burned out and thinking a job outside of the home would be the ticket. Wrong. I HATED it. I really did. I missed the little kids so much. I missed being at home. I hated having adult coworkers and dealing with all their bs and office politic garbage. Not for me!!
So I left that job, and am watching a couple previous daycare children again. I’m keeping it super low, not reinstating my license or enrolling in the federal food program. Here in Oregon I can watch 3 children that are not mine, and still be following the childcare laws.
I am OVER the moon happy to be home again. My husband bought me the print below for my birthday. I’ve loved it for years, as it was in a old antique shop that I love.