I am grateful for a full and productive day. I rejiggered and added to the paintings I have on display at the Saanich Municipal hall, got some other errands done, and managed to get a hefty chunk of programming work done, too.
I am grateful for Julie, who, when called upon, came up with craft ideas and supplies with 90 minutes notice for the Cooper’s Cub meeting tonight. During that 90 minutes, we also had to pick up kids, get them fed, Coop into uniform, out the door and to the scout hall. It all worked, the crafts were great, and Farley came, too. I’d be remiss not to mention the work of other scouters and parents to make it all happen, but it was great to have Julie there. She is a rockstar for many reasons, one being her expertise when it comes to pipe cleaner, pinecones, glue guns, and popsicle sticks.
I am grateful for Coop, who told some jokes for his classroom talent show today. Highlights included:
What did one snowman say to the other? He said, “Do you smell carrots?”
There once was a Viking named Rudolph the Red. One day he looked out the window and said, “It will rain today.”. His wife asked, “How do you know?”. He replied, “Rudolph the Red knows rain, dear.”