Outside my window… it’s sunny, so maybe some of this snow will melt? The kids and I all have a healthy dose of cabin fever at this point.

I am thinking… about writing projects. (Of course!) I’m also trying to nail down my curriculum plan for the next school year. I think I’ve just about got it sorted.

I am thankful for… fuzzy pink owl slippers.

From the learning rooms… Ancient Egypt, air pressure, and decimals are all on the slate for this week. I’ll have the chance to try out a brand new spelling curriculum soon. I’m really excited about that!

From the kitchen… sandwiches for lunch!

I am wearing… jeans and a cream sweater of Aaron’s that he hasn’t had a chance to wear for a few years!

I am creating… a sweater for me. Actually, I’m still working on I watch British TV for the sweaters! from the Rav Games challenge. The idea was to knit the whole sweater during the Olympic Games. That was probably a bit too ambitious a goal.

I am going… to be getting my new Well Planned Day in the mail soon!!! I’ll be ordering student planners for the two oldest kids again this year too. I wasn’t sure whether or not I should try out the blog planner, but after hearing from a few friends I’m pretty sure I’ll order one. The planner sale is going on through the end of March, so you can still snag the planners at a great price. (Note: All planner links are my affiliate links.)

I am reading… The End Came with a Kiss
by John Hileman. Or rather, I just finished reading it. I’ll be honest, I only read it because I’ve read all of John’s other books. I am not a fan of the “zombie” stuff that’s popular today. This book puts a spin on the genre that makes it so much more than just another “zombie book”! If you enjoy a good thriller, then this is a book worth picking up. I’ll definitely be reading the sequel!

I am hoping… that it warms up a bit. The kids love playing in the snow, but we’ve had a lot of days where it’s just too cold to be outside for long.

I am hearing… Jo Blankenburg’s album Elysium. Excellent writing music!

Pondering these words… “You can do anything, but not everything.” – Unknown

Around the house… well, snow is certainly surrounding the house.

One of my favorite things… is hot tea. I’d never survive Maine winters without lots of tea!

A few plans for the rest of the week: Just the usual, studying, writing, laundry, and keeping the cabin fever at bay.

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