It is time for the Lego Jar. This week was far different from last week. After taking a trip to Minnesota, this week involved getting back into what I needed to be doing. That, as most of you know, is easier said than done.
Don’t be surprised when your child acts tough and then runs away from a spider. Then he goes on a spider hunt, complete with a notebook and pen. This was funny because it was my 5-year-old son who did this and he drew triangles to describe where they were located. Then he told me he wanted them to be dead.
Do shake your head at your boys when they make jokes about something being new and randomly say, “New York” “New Jersey” New Hampshire” and then laugh hysterically. Nope, I don’t get it.
Don’t believe your 5-year-old son when he tells you that it is raining and you will get wet and then he says, “but you will be dry.”
Don’t get mad when you spend an hour making something and the kids destroy it within 3 minutes.
Do occasionally follow a few of the rules of an award you have been given. I was given the Sunshine blogger award for a second time. This time it came from Australia, from a site about the goodness of God. http://godtestimonies.wordpress.com/
I grew up in Wisconsin. I like to fish. I drink coffee all day long. I believe ice cream is the official food of summer. I do not feel worthy of the call I have been given, but feel content in it. And, let’s see, why don’t I poll the audience here. Do ask me a question that would actually be interesting and I may answer it.
And with that, the Lego Jar is empty again. I hope you have a wonderful weekend and take some time to do something that you enjoy!