In retrospect, this trip seemed like it was 28 days long, instead of the actual 7... wondered why that was the case? I think it had to do with several factors-
Sunday, Nick & Kirstin are getting baptized! That gives me joy - we've been really fortunate to be able to get to know them better through the Sunday p.m. study - & now we get to rejoice with them. Aaron C gets to help with the dunkage in the Jordan, err.. the Truckee.
I like to do dishes. And fold laundry. The sense of accomplishment at the end is nice. The only issue is that my folding skills are not quite up to snuff, so I do the kids & let the Bean take on her own kleidung (clothes). She could go pro in folding clothes. And in wrapping presents. She's THAT good.
Had a heart to heart with Weez after some interactions that she witnessed left her puzzled - she's trying to figure out the perpetuation of injustice on her dad (her observation, not mine.) The most difficult part is that the person she observed was a Christian... and if they're Christian, then WHY would they act that way?
On the topic of Weez - w/the Bean working M-F 10-3, & with Weez being on a 12-month school schedule, I now get to spend a bit more quality time with her when she's on break - like the month of May. Reminds me of the old times. The boat times, where her wit & interests were unmarred by the tripe called 'The Disney Channel" & by an interest in boy bands. My favorite is going to lunch, because while we're eating, just the two of us, all sort of questions are fair game:
And so it goes...
Finding myself procrastinating today. Just want to lay around on the couch & eat Pork Skins. Ah, yes. That is the life.