Thoughts for Tuesday, May 21st

Outside my windows… the weather today can’t decide whether it’s going to be rainy or sunny.

Inside my house… I can smell the cookies that Munchkin baked this afternoon.

Counting 1000 gifts… thankful for cookies that someone else baked while I worked!

What the (not quite so) little ones are up to… going a bit stir-crazy with all of the rain! These kids want to be outside, but the weather isn’t cooperating.

From my playlist… 50s music. There are some unusual hits from that decade.

From my reading list… Grace, Grit, Guts by Tracy O’Malley

From my needlework basket… either sewing in ends on the shawl I finished knitting, or working on a sweater. Depends on which I feel more like working on at the time.

In the learning room… the three younger kiddos have wrapped up their Math curriculum for the year, and all three of the older ones have wrapped up Language Arts. We’ll be working on things through July, but it’s nice to have a lighter schedule for summer.

Random ramblings… “When life’s flight is over, and we unload our cargo at the other end, the fellow who got rid of unnecessary weight will have the most valuable cargo to present the Lord.” — Nate Saint

Profound ponderings… I found a new podcast! It’s perfect for readers or writers of speculative fiction. I’m enjoying the author chats, and learning a lot from listening. Tune in: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-christian-speculative-fiction-podcast/id1463468309

Caught on film…

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