Expressions from our Youngest

Expressions from our Youngest
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Friday, April 29, 2011

Tea Talk

It is a joy to be able to post to Ruth's blog today to share part of our days together.

I am having Raspberry Zinger Celestial Herbal Caffeine Free Tea.

My mug is white with blue and orange flowers.

I'm am feeling glad to be home from a fun time with our homeschool co-op's field trip to Ft. Frederick.  There is a fort used in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, and Civil War still standing there.  It was wonderful to walk around with the other moms while our kids explored and played together.  Unfortunately, my four year old wouldn't let me put him down because he got a large scratch on his leg.  He wouldn't forget about it.  Therefore, I left my daughter with another family and we had to leave a bit early.  My arms are aching!

On my mind is whether or not my four year old will be fussy this evening because of his 'big booboo.'  He is relaxing on the coach right now and let me apply some neosporine to his cut. I hope he forgets about it.  

I'm also wondering if my daughter had to use the note I gave her to excuse her absence from school yesterday.  We had tornado warnings and watches most of the morning.  Therefore, we stayed home and stayed safe.

I will leave you with another saying from our 'Attitudes in a Jar.'

"To look at setbacks with serenity takes courage."
(Serene - marked by or suggestive of utter calm and unruffled repose or quietude.)

1 comment:

  1. Hello!
    Thank you for joining Tea Talk! I'm a bit late in leaving a mark here, but just would like to say I enjoyed my visit.Glad to hear you had a wonderful field trip. I hope you're safe all the time.