Not even a fortnight ago snow was on the ground and a winter weather advisory. Fast forward a week and a half and the playgrounds are filled to capacity with kids who don’t need jackets. Welcome to Memphis.
We’ve made the most of our time outside, hitting two playgrounds in just as many days. Adam rode his bike on the cove last night while I pushed Tatum in the stroller. I think it’s so important for my kids to see me appreciating nature on a beautiful day. All of us could stand to move a little more, technology a little less, and go outside as often as possible.
In my illness induced state of delirium Blog Buzz slipped my mind these past two weeks. Check out the debut column and look for it again on Friday. Feel free to leave suggestions for interesting blogs [yours or somebody else’s] in the comments for this post.
The remainder of my lazy Sunday consists of some serious calendar action. I’ve committed to teaching RE once a month at Neshoba for this semester. Melissa and I plan on a weekend road trip to Oklahoma in March. Come April I’m hosting a children’s literary soiree for Brittany. And then there’s two different spring break schedules and multiple options associated with those.
With infinite love, gratitude, and respect,