News. I am no longer blogging on Saturday & Sunday. I'm getting burned out and need a break from the routine on those days, like most people get, as well as time with the family that is not interrupted by work.
The awesome thing about what I am doing is that I get to do it from anywhere and at any time. However, that also means that I am working all of the time and everywhere. This is not glamorous either. I am doing all of it, from pictures to captions to everything. I am blessed to be able to do so.
Today was back to school day for a lot of students, including my youngest son (who is experiencing his first week in college, while living at home). I drove him to the train this morning just after six, and picked him up just before four this afternoon. His day went super great, which of course relieves some of my own anxiety. I think walking through his class schedule helped a bunch.
My kids have never been big on school lunch, so it’s back to lunch making so that they can have the food they love. My youngest is definitely the most picky. He has very specific things that he will actually eat, instead of specific things that he won't eat. There are very specific things that we put in his lunch over the years. Now, he puts those same things in his own lunch, but those things have not changed much.
When it comes to school snacking, Lance sandwich crackers have it all to carry kids from lunchtime to after school extracurriculars.
Lance is wholesome, portable fuel that tastes great!
Lance makes positive snacking decisions easy for the family.
No lunchbox is complete without Lance sandwich crackers!
Make sure to stack your shopping cart with these school year favorites. Lance Snacks.
Well, we are getting ready to go to my brother-in-law's house for a BBQ. His son, wife and their 5 year old and new baby are in town. They are going to have the baby blessing at his house this next Monday so they will be in town until at least then.
I will continue my life story in upcoming posts, as I am strapped for time this afternoon. Thanks for reading.