via Daily Prompt: Invisible Change is hard to make, and even harder to accept; even the ones that are good for you. My new year resolution did not include anything about joining a gym or working out for that matter. Wanting to get stronger physically was an invisible goal that kept nagging me with guilt, … Continue reading Invisible goal of exercising and now finally doing something about it
Everyday Ellis asks me if it's spring already. She's tired of winter (except for Christmas) and can't wait to wear short sleeves without me nagging her about a jacket. The arrival of spring will be a sweet relief from the cold winter months. My mind associates this coming season with warmer days, longer afternoons, and … Continue reading I see spring coming
via Daily Prompt: Wonder Kids wonder all the time. To see and hear the output of their wondering is magical stuff. I often find that I take a lot of things for granted: seen that before, done that too, nothing new. However, In California, rain is very rare; it's highly anticipated in our home and … Continue reading Wonder at seeing a rainbow
(a day late posting dim daily prompt) Mulling over the daily post words is broadening my understanding of various words and dimming my ignorance. Every morning I eagerly scroll through my feed to see which word is chosen. Then I make a decision of whether I'm going to take the daily prompt challenge or wait … Continue reading Dimming ignorance one word at a time
The 2018 Winter Olympics was an awesome experience for our family, and much to our dismay, it has come to an end. Our family has been zealously watching a lot of the sports and cheering wildly together. At first my kids had no idea about the Olympics but after sensing the excitement of the Opening … Continue reading Homeschool 2018 Olympic Mania!