Yesterday I spent most of the day (in my spare seconds that is) cutting out flannelgraph pieces. My hand hurts today. And I only managed to get ONE of the SEVEN sheets cut out. They really should pre-cut them in my opinion.
I am very excited for Aiden to start kindergarten tomorrow. I think he is excited too. I am just so thrilled with the teacher he has- she is a wonderful lady and I know she will be great with Aiden. It just takes all the stress out of your kid starting school when you know, like and trust the teacher before the year even starts! So thanks for being you Corrie!
Olivia still has no teeth. None. But she is drooling a lot. And chewing on her hands and everything else she can reach. Lots.
I have been reading a book that is really good... but one of those books you can only read a little bit at a time. It is "The Battlefield of the Mind" by Joyce Meyer. My friend Becky loaned me the book... I should get it back to her sometime in the next century or so.
Anyway, one of the main points of the book (well, really THE main point) is that how we think affects our spiritual, mental, emotional and physical life. I realize that is obvious. But I personally find my thoughts to be very difficult to control most of the time. Which is where God comes in. I know. Obvious. But some of us are slower than others ok?