Greeetings from Dallas. Due in part to the fact that John won't be home until 7:30 these days of spring break, and partly because there are two hyper dogs at our home, and finally because there was a very cool sports camp opportunity here in Michele's neck of the woods for the older kids - we're here through Wednesday. Michele handles her living situation with amazing grace, but I know she runs thin in her patience of so little space. However, there is such a sense of love and coziness amidst the cramped quarters that I find myself very much at peace being here. We watch DVR'd shows we need to catch up on, I read excellent books from her library and take lots of naps. It's great. To top it off - that kids camp is VERY COOL - Monday through Wednesday Brayden, along with Traig and Nati, head off to the local elementary school to participate in the church sponsored sports camp. Brayden chose basketball, Traig and Nati, soccer. Immediately upon picking them up Brayden begged to do it again next year. For $20 in which they are there for three mornings, receive a free t-shirt and water bottle and lots of attention, exercise, and spiritual uplifting - you bet, Brayden, I think we can handle that.
So, on to questions-
1. What are your plans for spring break? If nothing is changing for the week, what was a really special spring break that you had?
2. If you were required to pick a class from your local community college that required your attendance for two hours a week for a term, what class would you choose? (For folks like me who care about such things, let's say it's non-graded)