Bennet has grown up enough since last year that he doesn't even ask if I want him to shovel. I go outside to scoop the walk, and he won't let me. He doesn't want me to get worn out. So he shovels it, after having shoveled the entire driveway. The driveway was scooped with a goal: make a pile of snow big enough and packed down enough for a fort.
It was a successful engineering venture.
91. Husband willing helping friends put up their new swing set - an all day project
92. Husband willing helping me with homeschooling two children
93. The freedom to homeschool two children.
94. Local AWANA program, that the kids eagerly await each week
95. Kids able to read and memorize their own verses in the Sparks book.
96. No women's Bible study during AWANA this semester means a date with Jesus for me. Bliss.
97. Winter snow days (not that we skipped school...).
98. Little engineers and mechanics - experimenting and building.
99. A day or so of warm enough weather to enjoy it before it really got cold. Brr!
100. Bennet loving to shovel!
101. My husband patient enough to push me out not once, but twice, after I got our little car stuck.
102. A healed perspective on life. I'm liking it again, seems the blues are lifting.
103. A finished Mondrian dress (version 2) Pics to come!
104. Sewing for pleasure again.
105. Instant sewing project means a new nice warm wool skirt for me. Properly nerdy too! (And yes, more pics to come)
106. Winter evening games of Apples to Apples with the kids.
107. And two kids reading well enough to be their own teams -- now we have four.
108. Opportunities to train kids to be good sports about winning and losing.
109. Big brothers deliberately helping the underdog.
110. Snow ice cream.