(i’ve been stitching along, but it’s been a challenge finding the time to post the squares up!)
square 33: an empty box doesn’t mean there’s nothing going on…on the contrary, it’s that there is SO much going on i really can’t remember what happened this past week. i’m also trying to keep straight all the other things that will be coming up this week! this box is inspired by miss e’s latest obsession–cutting along dotted lines. it’s quite funny how she loves clipping the coupons and ads that come in the mail. too bad i’m not much of a coupon user.
square 34: the last math class that i took was senior year in HIGH SCHOOL (if i don’t count statistics in college and grad school). so here i am taking a pre-calculus/geometry class, at our local community college…i don’t even remember how to use a graphing calculator. but we aren’t allowed to use graphing calculators on our exams so i asked mdh to take me to the store to help me pick out a scientific non-graphing calculator. did you know that there are over 12 different models of non-graphing calculators to choose from target?! (talk about first world problems.) we just went with the cheapest scientific calculator…$6.99.
square 35: today was miss e’s first day of preschool! so of course i thought of an apple, but yesterday her preschool had a meet & greet watermelon picnic time (she consumed 5 giant slices along with other fruits and munchies), hence the watermelon slice in the apple. this morning, after dropping miss e off, was the first time in nearly 3 years i can remember sitting in the house by myself (while sipping my tea) in complete silence. it was uneventful and glorious all at the same time. p.s. i’m quite please with how my woven picot leaf turned out!
miss e’s school is a few blocks from our house, but she was so excited about her first day she stopped to pick up nearly every leaf and stick in sight, smell the flowers and greet the trees along the way. she told me that they did scribble scribble craft, sand, paint, cracker snack, and purple mouse today–i can’t say for certain she did those activities in that order.