I discovered that while most of my days are ordinary, there is no "typical" day for me. And you know, I kind of like it that way :)
new bedroom, right down the hall from ours. He makes it until 6:17 a.m. before bursting out to announce, "there's a 7 on my clock!" Poor Bubby. There was a 7, just not in the right place.
oatmeal with skim milk and chopped walnuts and a big glass of cold water. As per usual, it will get cold before I can finish it due to various demands from my offspring.
meets the criteria for an educational diagnosis of autism. Mixed feelings. Sad to have slapped a label on my child, happy that he is eligible for additional educational support, hopeful for a brighter future for my baby, fearful that his challenges will overtake him, frustrated that it's taken this long.
10,000 Reasons is playing on the way home. I am blessed in so many ways. "Let me be singing when the evening comes..."
quick blog post.
Dinosaur Train, of course.
The NIV Study Bible, The Meryl Streep Movie Club by Mia March, Twelve Unlikely Heroes by John McArthur, and Becoming More Than a Good Bible Study Girl by Lysa Terkeurst.
10 things to get rid of. The pile's getting pretty big. Maybe I should revise the size of my donation on the gooddonor website.
third item on my to-do list for today: vacuuming. The other two were finding 10 things to get rid of and writing thank you notes. (I did it!)
10:30 p.m. After conking out on the couch for half an hour watching the news, I head to bed, exhausted. Ready to rest and get up to do it all again tomorrow.