I am apparently unable to blog well without my pictures... and I just didn't feel like sketching tonight, as an artist I really must feel my work before I can put it on paper... I am sure that was obvious from my last post.
Barbie & Curry loaned me one of their camera's but for some reason ding-dong can't figure out how to get the pictures off of the little round disc onto the computer. So, I will tell you a few things about our days...
I did take pictures of Wilson happily getting off the school bus today. (To prove that it could be done).
We went to the spray park after school today with Gavin & Nicole. It is nice to have them back in town...even though poor Gavin has to wait for-ev-er to play with Wilson.
I still ♥ PWOC. Oh, that place blesses me each week. We started our studies this week (well, met our groups and got our books) and half - let me say it again- HALF the ladies are new in my class. I think that is SO cool!
I cooked more food for the freezer. 5 ground beef recipes which translates to 10 meals in the freezer (some split 3 ways and some split 2). I will admit, the meatballs & sauce smelled gross and they may end up at a potluck. (Oooohhh, that's kinda mean, huh?) Also, Wilson LOVES meatloaf and this recipe was all-healthy-and-what-not and had shredded carrots and zucchini, so he may not be thrilled with that choice. But the others looked & smelled yummy. And we ate one that was really delish. (Tortilla Casserole or some such). This week we have eaten really well and I haven't had to spend much time in the kitchen after Wil gets home so I am LOVIN' this!
Also, Brad should be back at his regular place later tonight. He wasn't exactly looking forward to that. He is hoping to work out details for his R&R dates. Praying God's will over it. I am getting so excited... trying to reign it in a bit for the sake of these cute little boys that I haven't posted pictures of in a few days...
One last thing, I tried SUPER hard to like Barack Obama tonight. I liked the video intro. Teared up a bit when he mentioned the love of his life and my heartstrings were given a little tug when he talked about his girls. But, I gotta say, once he started talking politics, I was out. Just can't do it. With that said, I do, in the deep parts of my heart, believe he wants good things for America. He just has a very different idea of how to bring that about successfully. Very different he and I. But he loves his wife, loves his kids, and loves his country. For that, I can say I like him. But I do not ♥ him. (Sorry Barack. If it makes you feel better, I am not sure that I ♥ McCain either.)