Life has been filled with the things that make up the routine of our life.
Piano lessons, school, local PWOC board meeting, baking, cooking, Regional PWOC calls, emails and such.......and Japanese lessons. This week has been the second half of a base-wide exercise and I'm glad to have it behind us and get back to a "normal" routine.
I'm staring to really concentrate on a workshop I'll be teaching at Faithlift, a conference in Korea. The conference theme is "Bloom Where You're Planted" and I'm to speak on Parenting. I thought I should call it "Bloomin Kids". ::snort:: Praying and thinking and trying to figure out what FEW things God would have me share on parenting....this topic humbles me more than any other. I'd not planned to teach on it until I was done parenting.....just in case. ::snort::
I've noted the Japanese tend to be very reserved. I love it when I can make Akikosan really laugh. I did that today. I asked if I had to pull over every time a patrol car pulled up with their lights on. Evidently not. WHY do they drive down the roads with their lights flashing? SCARES me to DEATH....I'm the only one to pull over. She said I only have to pull over if the siren is blaring too.
I have more to share - but here's a highlight. I baked our 7 grain bread yesterday. We discovered that the Bosch doesn't have enough umph at 50w to knead our dough.
If you want the 7 Grain bread recipe - click recipe under the header.....I'm too tired to go find the link tonight. I'm just that sort of blogger.
Living all of life before the face of God...