What I'm thinking: That 6am came way too early this morning....so early that I failed my challenge on the first day!
What I'm reading: This last week I was reading curriculum prefaces in order to familiarize myself with some of the new stuff we are doing. It got me really excited and I am ready to start now.
What I'm listening to: Breakfast sounds, the bird chirping, pages turning.
What we're learning: We start school today! In history we are learning about the Pentecost, Saul/Paul and his missionary journeys, the older ones are starting a new grammar curriculum and I will be beginning to teach a little one to read for the last time. :-(
What I'm watching: My kids trying to wake up. We all deserve a bit of grace this morning; Sunday night we all slept on sofas and floors and were serenaded by noisy coyotes.
What's cooking: Tonight I am making Eggplant Parmesan with a green salad and breadsticks.
What I'm buying: Well, I had problems this morning getting up with my Joy in the Morning Challenge, so I'm off to buy an alarm clock this afternoon.
What I'm thankful for: For encouraging friends. I am so blessed by them!
What I'm creating: Lessons plans for little ones. I am helping out in the preschool Sunday school class the next two months so I am going through the lessons and figuring out how it works.
What I'm praying: That I would be constantly reminded of the amazing grace that God extends to me, undeserving; and to extend that same grace to those around me.
What I'm planning: I know our schedule will need some tweaking after the first week so I am planning for some planning....does that make sense?
What we did this last weekend: We were at church on Sunday then a bunch of us went and walked over the highest bridge in California, then up to our friends house to spend the night. Labor Day we had a party with our church with great food, volleyball and good talks.
What I'm looking forward to: Our co-op will start tomorrow. I have really missed getting together with these families and can't wait for this coming year.
A picture to share: