That said, I am really looking forward to the vacation our family is starting tomorrow, and all the r&r it will entail. We are leaving bright and early for Maui and will stay there for a week. With no plans beyond swimming, hiking, and lounging I'm sure we will all come back refreshed and ready for anything.
Friday, October 29, 2010
Life at Fort Bale has been flying by. Homeschooling, Creative Classes - 6 for each kid, 4-H meetings, grange, comiss. meetings, quilt club, along with farm life, and trying to stay on top of personal goals has left little down time. Hence, I've been letting a lot of items slide (blog included). I can honestly say that I think I have found my limit on what I can handle, which is a new feeling for me. I keep thinking of what I can drop to free up more time, but every item I go over gives me or a family member such joy/satisfaction in the activity that the gain of free time doesn't outweigh the loss of the event. Right now, I am just enjoying the ride and feel grateful that we have so many opportunities which make our days so fun.