What I Learned in February (2015 edition)
Isn’t there something beautiful about fresh, fallen snow? Maybe it is how clean everything looks, or how it transforms this dusty city into something much better to look at. I should have been disappointed with the snow since I was really enjoying our warmer, spring-like days, but I wasn’t. I was just too happy that my husband finally made it home before it all started, and our city needs the precipitation. The snow is also less messy than rain, at least at first.
January seemed like it dragged on forever, but this month went by fast. I know February has two less days, but the days seemed to fly by twice as fast. It has been a quiet month which was much needed. Once again, I am linking up with Emily at Chatting at the Sky and others in what they have learned this month. Without further ado, here are my lessons for the month.
1. Big D is officially going to boarding school.
2. I do better with a routine or a to do list.
3. Natural cleaners actually work, and I like the smell better.
4. I hate grading essays.
5. I do better emotionally and spiritually when I stay connected with others.