Dare I say it: There are so many things to learn. If you are in the right mind set, you could literally learn a new skill or bit of info every single day. Really, every one. When a learning opportunity presents itself, I definitely look forward to it. I try to keep an open mind, and keep my eyes open for these possibilities. I am doing my best to instill a love of learning in my kids too. I think the following are some of life’s most useful (if not valuable) lessons. 1.
I know you need more links to click on like you need a hole in the head; however, I have been a little swamped what with work and life and helping the boys do their home learning. Those three are enough but this week we added a few health issues (nothing COVID-related) and then a birthday, too ... Life just got in the way. So these are a few things we (I) love and use every day here. Maybe they might add some joy to yours? A few of our favorite things: (and no, not trying t
I started this off in a grouchy mood and had nothing good to say. Being grouchy is not a comfortable fit for me so it's nice that writing to you all has brought back a bit of silver linings for me. There are, of course, grumpy moments, and tech-issues. Naturally, some school assignments get the boys wound up. Some days we are less motivated than others. I am sure that our days look very much like your days. 1. The words ‘it’s not my job’ set me off almost as much as prev