My sister came home from Europe! She went on a school trip. I’m not jealous at all…. Anyways, naturally we met her with obnoxious signs and cheers when she got off the plane.
Candy she brought me back from Europe. It is actually form Prague and they are delicious and adorable. (Yes candy can be adorable.)
A trip to Mazaro’s Italian Market. It’s a huge indoors market with lots of fun goodies. Obviously I’m sharing the most important parts of the store aka the coffee bar and gelato. I got a Vanilla Cappuccino and it was the best one I have ever had.
My father was obviously inspired by the Italian Market, and decided to make homeade pasta for dinner. Way better than the boxed stuff I’m tellin you.
Also I taught Sunday School at church. (4-5 year olds.) I used to teach this class back in high school and I am doing it again while I am home for the summer. We learned about Noah and how he had to “believe in what God said!” (said in a very loud voice accompanied by hand motions 😉 I love going back to the basics when teaching these kids because even a lesson so simple that 4 year olds understand it is so true and can be applied in my life. We memorized Proverbs 3:5 “Trust in the Lord with all your heart.” It is just really cool to be teaching these kids something that is so powerful! To them they are thinking about loving God and listening and believing him. To me, I think surrendering everything to him because he has the ultimate plan for my life! We just have to trust that he nows what he is doing and his way is way better than ours. I love teaching these kids!
Now I am up bright and early for a full day of babysitting (7-5.) Don’t worry I picked up Starbucks on the way over. I foresee lots of playdoh and bubbles today. 😉 Oh and Nick Jr off the ying yang. BTW its not blues clues and Big Comfy House (i know that s PBS) anymore. Its Yo Gabba Gabba and Bubble Guppies.#nannylife