Looking out my window… cloudy and in the 60’s. It’s been cool all day and threatening to rain. Given how much I hate hot weather, I’m all in favor of it even if it gives me migraines.
I am thinking… about the move in 2 1/2 weeks.
Oh yeah… this is what the vague-blogging has been about. My parents and Daniel and I are moving to Washington in June. It’s been in works since November. We had to be out of the house for two weeks in April while the floors were redone, the doors replaced, and the trim replaced. After that, we had a week of realtor showings that required vacating the house at a moment’s notice. The house sold fast and Mom and Dad spent a couple days in Washington house-shopping. They put in an offer which was accepted and closing is on June 3rd.
I am thankful… for today’s choir anthem going well.
One of my favorite things… office supply stores. Staples is my idea of nirvana.
I am wearing… long-sleeved green striped shirt and jeans. For church this morning, I traded my jeans for my black dress slacks and black flats.
I am creating change-of-address postcards.
I am reading… The Fear Babe: Shattering Vani Hari’s Glass House by Marc Draco, Kavin Senapathy, and Mark Alsip. The book takes all of the Food Babe’s pseudo-scientific stupidity and deconstructs it using facts, actual science, and logic.
I am hoping… a friend comes home from his missions trip safely.
I am learning… about the various state agencies that work with kiddos like Daniel in Washington.
In my kitchen… Dad is making hot dogs tonight.
In the school room… Daniel has two weeks left and I’m starting to scan paperwork to send to the school district in Washington.
Post Script… if you know someone with fibromyalgia, I recommend reading this.
Shared Quote… From Facebook…
A moment from my day… As it is Trinity Sunday I thought I’d share this.
Closing Notes: I saw a blog post shared on Facebook this weekend in which a mommy blogger who had done lots of giveaways and earned money from her blog was telling all the other mommy bloggers to give up their blogs because she had seen the error of her ways and, like, nobody cares or is reading mommy blogs anymore. I’d disagree that mommy bloggers need to stop writing and give up their blogs. Readership of blogs is down across the board but if it brings you joy to blog and scratches that itch, go for it. Unless you are saying something dangerous, something seriously untrue, or being a complete and utter Sanctimommy, I’ll generally ignore you if your blog has too many sponsored posts or if you bore me to pieces.
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