Good morning Everyone!
As I mentioned yesterday, twice recently I have been reminded that God has a rich sense of humor. The second time came from a story an out-of-state friend told me and a group of women I was with.
She teaches first grade, and is still trying to figure out how to keep the kids quiet. (She’s young.) She told us that during Christmas break, she had been praying for patience.
Every woman over the age of 40 listening groaned; us older women know that if you pray for patience, you get plenty of opportunities to practice it.
When school started after Christmas break, she was called to the office during fourth period to receive a new student.
The student was named Patience.
Have a great day!
What’s good for the gosling is good for the goose!
Just a quick anecdote today, since I have a very busy schedule – rest, watch TV, eat lunch, nap, rest from napping, eat supper, etc…..
We got Kayla a small computer for Christmas this year – visualize one step above a netbook and one step below a true laptop – and she loves it.
I had been letting her use my netbook until it crashed a few months ago. She found the netbook frustrating because it loaded web pages a lot slower than a regular laptop does. Her Christmas computer is a vast improvement over the netbook, but still is not as fast as a full size computer. Kayla has a tendency to just keep hitting buttons when the web site isn’t doing what she wants it to do. While not unusual, this practice is a sure way to give your Internet Browser, or even your computer, a nervous breakdown. When she gets frustrated, I repeatedly remind her to hit the key once and wait to let the computer catch up with you rather than barraging it with keyboard strokes resembling a Texas-sized hail storm.
This morning, I was checking my work e-mail, and tried to reply to a message. The window popped up, but my key strokes weren’t registering. I, of course, persisted in hitting keys repeatedly and at random trying to get the text to enter – until Internet Explorer crashed.
I’m glad that Kayla didn’t see it. I don’t expect I will share the story with her either!
Have a great day everyone, and very happy New Year’s Eve!