My Mondays have a rhythm to them. I focus on computer work, homeschooling, and menu planning. I also try to get my weekly planning done today, which seems to make the flow of our week easier.
Google calendar rules my life.
These days I'm struggling with the addition some unexpected research. As Trey's homeschooling progresses, I'm finding deficits and looking for solutions. More research, more questions, more time... I feel stretched. Off-balance. Frustrated.
Bring on Monday.
My eyes are searching for a cardinal, a sign that reminds me that God is with me. I know He's always with me, but it's comforting when there's a visual reminder, don't you think?
Have any cardinals to share? My heart could use the encouragement...
(Have to add.... Go Pats! Such a great game - talk about a comeback!!! My brother Dave (RIP) loved his Patriots - it was fun to watch the game in his memory... )
expert comes to the house and gives Trey a 1 hour tutorial on disassembling and learning the parts of a desktop computer tower. As Trey's strengths and weaknesses begin to become apparent, I find that he does best with one-on-one, hands-on learning.
This discovery goes hand-in-hand with his reading and writing struggles (more about that later), and offers me with many options for celebrating and encouraging his talents.
"We want to live well, but our foremost efforts should be to help others live well."
(1 Corinthians 10:24b MSG)