The weather has been amazingly sunny and warm. If it wasn't for the pesky Santa Ana winds, being outside would be delightful...not to say it's not, considering other parts of the country are covered in icy snow, but those winds and long hair just don't play nice together.
There's something always soothing when you walk in from church to the smell of pot roast in the slow cooker. I smell that and instantly I long for comfy clothes and lazy Sunday afternoons.
We had pot roast, mashers, green beans, chopped salad and biscuits for dinner. Who knew the kids loved green beans? Tomorrow they may not, but today they ate them all up...today was a win for getting my kids to eat their veggies.
The kids have been way into a show on National Geographic called "Ultimate Survival: Alaska". They are fully convinced that our family would be the perfect family to participate. I tell them we should work first on not being scared of spiders in the garage and then we can maybe tackle that show.
Tomorrow the kids don't have school. Mailee reminded me when she said "Tomorrow we don't have school because some African American man had a dream about little kids". HA! She reminded me about no school...and I'm going to remind her (and the other two Littles) who that awesome African American man was and what his dream really was about.