mother's day! Since I became a mother, I've learned that a mother's
love is unconditional (or should be) When my son was little, we used to
read Lisa McCourt's I Love You Stinky Face
and it's one book I never could get rid of. The binding is taped
together now because of how often we read it and to this day the
sentiment in the story has stuck with us. Even though my son is now 13,
he still ends the day with 'Mom, I love you no matter what.'
Yesterday we went to Marshall Gold Discovery Park and explored, learning more about the gold rush and visiting the spot where James Marshall first discovered gold.
I'm so happy to bid adieu to April. It's been a month of stress with taxes, lessons, fixing cars and cats, standardized and developmental testing which is why it's been so quiet here on the blog. I'm optimistic May is going to be a lot less stressful since have four more weeks of lessons left and we are winding down 7th grade. Plans are in the works for a fun family gold mining trip and my sister and I going to Texas for my nephew's graduation while the guys have their own fun time at home. I've spent most of my free time with my head buried in a book and have been on a urban fantasy / paranormal kick. I discovered several new to me authors and read through all of Faith Hunter's Jane Yellowrock series. Checked out Kelly Meding's Three Days to Dead, and Illona Andrews' On the Edge and delved into the 2nd book in Jeaniene Frost's Night Huntress
series One Foot in the Grave. Finally got around to finishing the Larisa Ione Deliverance series …