Sitting … in my favorite spot on one of the couches in the living room.
Drinking … my after supper cup of Earl Grey tea.
Feeling … excited and nervous about a project I’m working on. The possible opportunity I’ve mentioned in the last few status reports is now a go. I can’t tell you more than this right now.
Planning … to neglect the blog for a while while I work on the aforementioned secret project.
Also feeling … sorry for my daughter-in-law, who has been stuck home with sick children for two weeks. Yes, two of my grandchildren have had hand, foot, and mouth disease, and not at the same time, but in succession.
Wondering … if the average age for a child to begin walking has risen in the past few years. There are several 14 months or older non-walkers in the church nursery, and that seems to be the norm among the little ones I know. Twenty or so years ago I had two 14 month walkers, but they were outliers—slow to walk compared to all the other babies around.
Reading … The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything by Fred Sanders. It’s the best book I’ve read in a year or so — a book on the Trinity that’s fun to read.
Loving … the sunny warm winter weather we’re having, and that it’s light when I get up in the morning and light when I eat my supper.
Not loving … the ice that’s everywhere. Thankfully, I have cleats on my old hiking boots to help keep me safe on icy walks.
Wishing … you a March full of sunshine — and no more snow.