1. Three Christian radio stations as we drive around. I missed that when we were overseas.
2. Dear friends
3. Easy accessibility to kids via technology
I'm impressed with us. We got up EARLY and got our couch school done before I left the house at 0830. I had MTOC (Beale Chapel's version of MOPS).
I ran a couple of PWOC errands to hopefully make tomorrow morning a bit smoother. We're still trying to figure out new routines in the new facility. I just don't want to leave home any earlier than 0730.
I got home in time for lunch and a quick visit with Michael. The base is in the midst of an exercise and he pulls night shift - 1800 - 0600....lots of fun for a homeschooling family with kids home all day long. ::snort::
Michael went to work, I went to Walmart to pick up prints and buy as many frames as I could afford for a chapel decorating project.
Arielle is baby-sitting for a small group tonight.
I'm TIRED and I think I'll convince everyone to go to bed as soon as she gets home. Tomorrow will come EARLY.
Barb asked for a closer look at our laundry lines....here you go...I love them. I'm so glad we threw the main pieces in with our household good shipment. I love zipping outside to hang a load in the middle of school - just a bit of a nature break.
I put the hangars on every other slot - things dry quicker... I use clothespins as needed to hang pants, skirts, towels on the hangars....
There are a variety of laundry helpers in Japan - this one clips on to our pole and has lots of clips - I use it mostly for things like washcloths and panties...and I've gotten good and building a shield for those. ::snort::
There is space on the ends to hang big things like towels and sheets....though I need to go see if I can find the big clothespins here......
There you have it - all you've ever wanted to know about my clotheslines. LOL
Living all of life before the face of God...