Caleb looked up from his homework this evening and said, "Mom, make sure and fulfill your destiny."
I started to chuckle.
"What is my destiny?"
For reals. This kid has my heart wrapped around his tiny little energetic finger.
I'm a bit nervous for Sunday-- a member of the high council asked me to speak with him in another ward in our stake. I haven't done that since I got home from my mission. The topic is wonderful, and I am enjoying pondering the principle, "The Power of Scripture." (Any ideas?!)
This 'no-snow' thing in January is hard on my psyche...
I love bartering with students. I have a few families that clean and/or cook in trade for lessons. I relish not having to cook Tuesdays or Thursdays and have my bathrooms cleaned weekly. Now if only I didn't feel shy about having someone fold my laundry whites, I'd be rocking. (Just kidding.)
I play in the Teton Chamber Orchestra for Richard Marx next month. Also, he will be recording our performance with him for a new cd/dvd. I bought his new album, and I really like some of his newer songs-- very ballad-like. (And without the mullet.) And soulful. My musical aspiration for February is to have him autograph my violin case next to David Archuleta. Hmph. Somehow I think his security might be a bit tighter than Archie's.
I love my new little Primary class. And I have a really awesome co-teacher.
I'm hooked on a new series called "Drop Dead Diva". Pretty funny-- in a Legally Blonde sort of way.
The Mister sent me a sexy *but chaste* text today. It made the corners of my mouth turn up.
I caught my almost-5-year-old unabashedly wearing my bra a few days ago. She stuffed socks into it to... uh, give it some dimension. At least it wasn't a nursing bra. I still can't figure out how she tied knots in the back to get rid of the slack.
As much as I hate winter, I do wish it would snow. I feel like I'm in a time warp-- winter in southeast Idaho is having an identity crisis.
I'm sad the Idaho Falls Cannery (wet-pack) will be closing soon:(
Mitt took New Hampshire. This makes me glad. Santorum has some strong points, too. Jon Huntsman is merely a vote splitter. The next several months will be politically interesting indeed.
Time for some white laundry folding. What good are New Year's Resolutions if you aren't consistent?
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