First, Mitch went to the doctor to learn he had an ear infection of great proportions which meant his next stop was the pharmacy at Publix. He has been suffering from the infection for probably a week - and kept our kids all weekend so I could go to Atlanta for our denominational women's conference. He taught SS, preached a sermon, clothed, bathed, and fed our kids with joy. I surely married a wonderful man.
Today for lunch, some new friends from church came over and chowed down on some Italian food with us. She even brought her homemade bread.....which I lathered with butter.
Then, Luke made banana smoothies for the first time. Yeah, he might just be a chef one day.
Andrew worked on his STAR WARS Lego set and read a book for school. He would have been outside if it hadn't been raining.
Abigail put puzzles together on the floor with Rapunzel, Belle, Cinderella, and Jasmine.
Later, we visited Chrissy and Chad and helped them paint the living room in their new house. I think Chad's gonna have to apply a second coat.
I'm looking forward to being back in the classroom tomorrow. The 12 little girls God has given me are really a treasure to spend my mornings with. Although there is NEVER a quiet moment in the classroom, I love how excited they are to memorize God's Word, sing songs of rejoicing, and find Christ in all the things they learn.