David is practicing a song on the piano.
A candle is flickering on the coffee table.
Outside the window all is gray (sky) and white (snow) and black (trees). We are fast losing daylight. It’s 4:10pm.
Time to turn on lamps, think about what to made for dinner.
This morning Caleb asked to make breakfast. He made bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches for himself and younger siblings. Seth wrote up the menu and took orders.
This book is so good!
Since today was a snow day but the roads were clear, I took the three boys to our favorite barbershop for haircuts. Only two boys complained at the news and said, “I don’t want to get my haircut!” I asked them if they were still three and said go get in the car. Soon we were on our way. . . . .listening to music, going to the ATM because he only takes cash payments, and pulling into the parking lot. There were 4 haircuts ahead of us so we had to wait a while. Thankfully I had my book. Sports TV was loudly playing and it was fun to watch the boys get their hair cut. He gave me a notebook and pen when we were done, and the boys each received a piece of very hard bubble gum and a lollipop.
What’s for lunch? Two boys wanted Dunkin Donuts egg sandwiches but Caleb and I ran into Chipotle for burritos to go.
Back at home, Jack came over and the younger kids went outside to play.
David, Grace, and I watched Myths & Monsters on Netflix (highly recommended).
Dave with a new hair cut. (he has a scrubbed face (eye) from wrestling).
After the first episode I fell sound asleep on the couch and the kids came back inside to play.
Rich just came home early.
Happy Snow Day!
That first picture of the bird looks like a postcard! The snow is so pretty and I love reading about your day. I loved the story of Caleb making breakfast and Seth taking orders. So cute. 🙂 David looks so grown up. How time flies.