After February’s grand total of 12 blog entries, March has been an incredibly slow (read: lazy) month for blogging. Not counting this blog about not blogging, I’ve only had three postings this month. Coincidentally, last March I only had three as well. Course, then I had a good excuse what with Ben’s grand debut and all. Wow, I can’t believe he is 1 already!! Where does time go?! Anyway, my policy behind blogging is that it should be fun & interesting. That means if I don’t feel like blogging, well…then I don’t.
But I’ve not been completely lazy this month. I’m working on recording an abridged version of Mark Twain’s “The Prince and the Pauper” for the kids to listen to when we go to Arkansas for our vacation. I’m also reading a book in order to write a review for Thomas Nelson. I’m still working on Adam Smith’s “The Wealth of Nations” but haven’t made much headway on that this month. We’ve also had our Spring Bible Conference this weekend (more on that later). I also managed to get our rather old tiller started and tilled our little garden area so Sarah can plant her veggies.
So here’s to a more productive blog in April. I’ll leave you with a picture of my very entertaining company who is sitting beside me. (Well, he was 10 seconds ago, now he’s crawled off in search of his next great adventure.)
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