So… here’s what’s going on!

I obviously haven’t been posting, but I am still daily journaling using an actual notebook. The reason for this is that I had a handful of busy days that didn’t particularly afford me any long stretches of computer time and wanted to keep my daily task on target. While I’ve had less busy days since my ‘puter derailment at the beginning of the month I haven’t (and honestly don’t really want to either) gotten back into the habit.

I think what I will do is continue the notebook journal writing like I am doing now and I’ll do a once or twice a week post of my daily personal questions. This way I don’t fall completely out of the groove of posting, but I don’t spend a ton of time on my computer either.

With the weather getting much nicer and warmer here, staying indoors will be something I do less and less as well.

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Day 137 ~ a successful ending

Day 137 ~ March 25th, 2018

Today’s Calendar Word: mudlark ~ a person who scavenges in riverside mud at low tide for anything of value.

Today’s Calendar Quote:The cautious seldom err.” — Confucius

This afternoon was the last swimming lesson session via Swimability at Johnson Bentley across the bridge. My son enjoyed himself immensely for the most part. I say that because there was the occasional time the process was tougher for him than normal. It happens, but overall it was a huge success and he had a lot of fun!

I already went and registered for the next round of lessons starting in September this year. So a bit of a wait, but because I registered so early we should easily get the place and time we want which is great.

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Day 136 ~ little ‘uns

Day 136 ~ March 24th, 2018

Today’s Calendar Word: skippable ~ able to be skipped, omitted, or passed over without loss; unimportant.

I went to a good friend’s baby shower this afternoon/early evening and it was lovely! I’ve only seen her once (very briefly) before she had the little one so it was awesome to see her. And of course the new baby too! Rowan is her name and she is the tiniest thing because she was born I think six weeks early. Only six pounds so my arms would never get tired of holding her haha

I was so scared of dropping her simply because she was so light! It’s been an extremely long time since I held a baby so it was strange and made me glad I won’t have anymore of my own in the future.

In any case it was a nice visit and it was a great baby shower as well 🙂

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