Waldorf Wednesday #21

Happy Waldorf Wednesday!

We are all in a tizzy here. When I found out Stephen Sondheim, my most favorite composer ever, was coming to give a lecture near our old hometown, I figured this was exactly the time we needed to take a roadtrip. We had to go anyway to trade up Michael’s cello for full-size and Katie Grace’s violin for a half-size, so we could consolidate trips. And I need a whole bunch of bulk stuff, so we’re hitting the Amish store as well. It will be my first night ever away from the twins. Grandma and Grandpa are coming up to help Daddy though, so that’s OK. Still… nervous!

Closer to home, we’ve had snow, snow, and more snow. This has led to much Jack Frost fun for the littles. Those of us who have to shovel are less thrilled. I’m envious of my friends in warmer climates! We’re also getting ready for Valentine’s Day and Lent.

Is your winter wearying you as well? How are you managing?


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    Traveling mercies, Annette. Would love to go to the Amish store with you.

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    It’s always such a big step leaving your littlies for the first time isn’t it? Hope you have a wonderful road trip, that’s exactly what I feel like doing at the moment! Hopefully we’ll be off camping soon. The amish store sounds pretty interesting, Thank you for the link up!

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