We're entering this week a bit worn out. Michael was out until 9:45 last night with a base incident...that would be an 11 hour work day on a day off. ::snort:: He's now been gone for 12 hours today....this is going to be a busy week. The kids and I are trying to double up on school so we can go play next week.
I was supposed to take Nolan to get labs drawn this a.m. but he woke with a headache and nauseated. I gave him water.....got some food in him and he felt fine the rest of the day. I do believe it was the lack of food which made him feel so crummy. He has an appointment tomorrow; we'll try the labs at 0730 tomorrow.
We took a giant step to normalcy when all this was hauled away from our home.
We did a couple of hours of school and then raced across to base for a Homeschool Meet and Greet. The younger two knew many of the kids from PWOC homeschool enrichment class. We all had an enjoyable time. We only stayed an hour as we "had" to be home for cardboard to be picked up and to receive delivery of our farm-fresh produce. Our farm-fresh produce hasn't been delivered. I'm not sure this is going to work for us. Missing fun to meet a driver who doesn't show is simply not cool. ::snort:: I have been given several other CSA farms to contact. I may do so. I'm still weighing if I want less ORGANIC/NON GMO produce or more produce.
Comfort food - Yakisoba. I wasn't the only one considering it to be comfort food. Stacia began to talk about the first time Akikosan showed us how to make Yakisoba with her first bite.
Arielle had the best comment of the night, "It's funny how one dish of food can take you back to so many places." Yep - Akikosan, festivals, cold winter nights....love our yakisoba....and the 100 Yen store dishes too!
Living all of life before the face of God...