considering we've done very little actual schooling (and much in the way of silent protesting) in the past six months of home-preschool, and also considering that this kiddo's repertory of the english language eight months prior was i'm fine, thank you, i think it's safe to say he's one smart cookie.
-sliced bananas + nutella dip = breakfast of champions.
-i am shooting my first (and second to last) wedding this saturday, which is going to be Marvelous Times, no doubt, but also i am maybe a wee bit nervous. please pray.
-i'm also doing some online coursework, plus the reading of many books, so come 7pm most nights and my brain would like to cry uncle. it is not a fan of all this thinking.
-we've grand culinary plans to make brenda's lasagna soup this weekend. (many thanks to shannan and pinterest for the soup alert.)
-these two weeks have been the Best March Ever, by which i mean warm, and on several afternoons we've rallied the troops and trekked outdoors for some much-needed muscle and lung usage. turns out mine, in particular, are rusty.
-this post by emily has stuck with me all week, debunking the widely held belief that God won't give us more than we can handle. she quotes katie's book: i believe that God totally, absolutely, intentionally gives us more than we can handle. because this is when we surrender to him and he takes over, proving himself by doing the impossible in our lives.
the truth of that sings in my bones right now. that, and the part em writes about the unseen. go read, please.
and now it's off to the wedding-prep-races. :) happy weekending, friends!