Gratitude: Two boys that will “go on a little ride with me,” as my dad used to say. Although they’re starting to get to the age where they’re not so excited about it initially and have to be coaxed with
The Road Less Traveled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth, by M. Scott Peck, M.D., is one of the few books I’ve listened to on audiobook, then had to go back and re-read the ebook version.
Gratitude: Currently, the boys enjoy Skyping me when they get home from school to tell me about their day. I know this won’t always be like this, so I’m trying to enjoy it while it lasts. The Pits: Rained on
The Peaks: During basketball practice, all the kids were paying attention to the coach and participating, except for the one who was trying to get his ball stuck up on the high window ledge. That’s Weston. I finished reading Superforecasting:
Although I was familiar with the story, this was the first time I’d read this book for myself. I picked it up specifically because a friend said that it was similar to The Century Cube. I love the narrator and
I read this book with my 9 and 7 year old boys. It caught their attention from the start and we were all excited to get back to reading it. August is an endearing character and we sympathized with him
The Pits: None. The Peaks: I finished reading Artemis by Andy Weir, and thoroughly enjoyed it.
The Pits: The boys had bad behavior in the afternoon. The Peaks: A few months ago, I donated a photo session to a silent auction for the Miles for Amelia charity run. Today, we met the winning bidder at Arrington
The Pits: Trek had pooped on the kitchen rug during the night. It was cold for our walk this morning and he had diarrhea so liquidy that it was fruitless to attempt to pick it up with the bag. The
The Pits: I was up late and up early to manage our big website update. Much of the day was dealing with complaints and reports of issues with the launch. As the day went on, things seemed to get better,