No internet still. I mean, I have internet, just not wireless, which means no way to post any new pictures to this blog.
John is crying right now, for no apparent reason. He was sound asleep at 8:30, after eating for a good 20 minutes, but why not wake up an hour later and cry? I love him so much, but he is so unpredictable compared to Ada. I can't believe that at four months I am still struggling to get him on a schedule. It's about to drive me crazy, but at the same time I am so thankful for all this milk and all this nursing. Such a contradiction.
Anyway...just wanted to say hey.
I am worn out because we all, all four of us that is, tackled Kroger tonight, and the grocery list was long. After eating out of the pantry for most of the week, I had lots to buy. I didn't have to spend lots, though ;) Thank you coupons.
By the way, the transition back into tutoring has gone surprisingly smoothly. John has been very willing to eat right before I leave, so there has been no fear of him getting hungry while I am away, and my new student is shockingly well-behaved. It makes for a very pleasant hour, and I just like anything having to do with education. Tutoring not excluded.
And one more thing. I finished Pride and Prejudice, and I too can't believe I had never read it. Wow. I am starting Sense and Sensibility now, only because the book is from the library, and it is three Austen novels in one. Thanks for the suggestions, though. Please keep them coming. While a student and teacher, I spent much time on Shakespeare and Chaucer, and even the more ancient works such as Beowulf, but I never quite made it to Austen's era. Though I love to study and to teach Shakespeare (particularly Macbeth), I must confess that Austen is much more enjoyable to read, so again, keep the suggestions coming. I might have missed some of the best "reads" out there.