Oh what a beautiful morning,
Oh what a beautiful day,I've got a wonderful feeling, Everything's going my way.
And then because campers were witty, and, well, it was a bible camp, someone would then quote Proverbs 27:14: "Whoever blesses his neighbor with a loud voice, rising early in the morning, will be counted as cursing."
I haven't blogged much this fall because not much has felt like it was falling into place. It is easy to blog when things are going well and I can easily report on the successes: so and so is doing this, and we're doing that, and man I can't wait for this! But this fall, with its new experiences and journey into schooling, has left me a bit more deer-in-headlights and hashtagging "mommyfail" more often than I'd like to admit. (Let's also just mention for a minute that instagramming is much easier than blogging, at the moment, and requires very little involvement or commitment! But I miss the art of writing and blogging. FWIW, you can find me on instagram.com/meganesota.)
I knew there would be a learning curve for having a preschooler who attends school twice a week and then has lesson plans we complete at home two other days a week. I knew I wouldn't find my groove immediately. I knew, from listening to other moms, there'd be days where I'd be thinking, why am I doing this? Totally bad idea, "epic fail." But there have also been some days where the sun was shining, the lesson plans were complete, my kids fed, and there was a plan for dinner. Can we get a high-five for those days?? Let's be honest, they don't usually occur on Mondays.
|Look at the whole country. |
Look how it's purple, gray, and blue.
Then there's us in all shiny and yellow and orange,
Welcome to Florida.
Image via @jonacuff on Instagram
|Gabe sporting some raw amber.|
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