We’ve had some of those seasons. The frustrating ones where the team my child was on couldn’t win. Couldn’t score a point. Or when they did, the other team scored so many more that I stopped even bothering to count. Though the kids usually knew. I always tell my kids that winning isn’t the point. That I want them play their best and be good sports. They know I’m proud of them for their efforts,
You impart wisdom on your birthday, it’s what you do. Last year, I shared 8 Lessons Learned by 38. And those are all still true and pretty much what I’d want to share today. Maybe I didn’t learn all that many more lessons over the past year, but instead, just lived the lessons I’d already learned, content in where I am. Though if I take others’ suggestions, now is the time when I’m pretty sure
It was time for a summer wreath for my front door. I’d had up a 4th of July wreath and wasn’t quite ready for my Steelers wreath yet, so I decided to make a pinwheel wreath. Since I had a foam wreath on hand and all you need to make a pinwheel wreath is the wreath form, approximately 15 4×4″ inch squares of paper, and hot glue, this was a super inexpensive wreath to make.