Normal early morning coffee and Psalms...
Nothing out of the ordinary on the way out the door. I am disappointed that I did not snap a pic of our family prayer time in the chapel before we leave for school though. I'll have to do a dedicated post on that because it truly has helped me slow down and focus despite the craziness of the morning rush.
Here's a view from my desk. That was our team last year. Makes me smile to see E and R...
And another view… Who better than the Pope to hold your pens, right?
Traipsing through the parking lot together. Usually E and R will actually hold hands when they know it is serious. At school… not so much.
At Hallmark to pick up Grammy and Grandpa Joes cards… I must say we did quite well but the "Don't touch anything" warning went out several times when we were passing by the glass Christmas stuff near the checkout
A lunch time view.
A can of tuna.
The stripper and peels - backstory here
Cheerios from breakfast.
Cough medicine from the night before
A coach's banquet invitation
Art from the night before - now I remember we went to dinner with a couple from church the night before and left in the mid-afternoon to get there!
Fridays are usually mac and cheese days for lunch. I actually cook it during breakfast so we don't wait 17.5 minutes at lunch time. If I could only cook and clean as I go…
E probably skipped her rest because I wasn't up for the fight and that means she goes to bed faster…
She had this insanely massive knot in her hair!
Just another view because I know you are super interested
M has discovered she does not like the big girls trying to block her out of play time. Can't say I blame her. Can't say I blame them either.
I believe it was rainy so we hunkered down for a little Saint Mail craft. I WILL do a whole post on that too!
It was a nice sunset but le iPhone did not capture it well...
Who know what we had for dinner but dessert. Okay this has perplexed but Lee and I all week. So the girls have a big bag of goodies from Halloween. Good candy. KitKats. M&Ms. Reeses. Crunch. What does R go for? The Dum-Dums and Smarties that she gets from school! Seriously, seriously? We must have a lesson on what the good stuff is : )
She's not convinced : )