READING: Daniel Webster: The Man and His Time by Robert V. Remini...the last of the three: Clay, Calhoun, and Webster, someone had to do it, and since you didn't want to, it had to be me. Written by the same author as the Clay book...huge and full of detail after detail. What a joy!
LISTENING TO: Puccini's La Boheme as the Indianapolis Opera company just finished performing this. I am always partial to this opera as Matt had the opportunity to sing one of the street children's parts with them when they performed it the last time. Matt then grew faster than his voice and the children's parts were no longer available to a child who was taller than some of the adults!
COOKING BYTES: If you have the patience, am hoping to work on getting my posting more current for the blog-alongs in the coming week. Have been cooking/baking most of them, but just not finding posting time.
FAV NEW FIND: After months and months, 3:30-8:30 p.m. in our schedules is now free again...makes a huge difference is what I can get done in a day. And free time cannot be over-rated, ever. Am most appreciative.
FAV THING THIS WEEK: Was worried that Matt's broken hand would slow him down too much in the water and cause some time increases in his swims, but the boys had their first high school swim meet on Tuesday and he took first place in his individual swim and swam great times for his lengths for his two relays, anchoring one of them to a big finish and lots of cheering. Guess he can swim okay even with a broken hand. Sigh of relief. Short course Nationals are next week.
GOING TO: 'Tis the Season and all, so doing much and throw some basketball and football games in there, some work, some fun things...and it all probably pretty much looks like your weekend as well! Enjoy!
PRAYING FOR: Safe travel for the CSC swimmers this weekend in Nashville, TN and next weekend for the CSC swimmers who are competing at Nationals at Ohio State in Columbus, OH, please join me.