In December I linked up with Anne at in residence for the first time ever for her "currently" prompts. I'm excited to share my take on January's prompts. You can catch up with Anne here.
I'm optimistically beginning to use a 2021 planner. I don't think I looked at my 2020 planner after May last year. I'm hoping this one will see a lot more use. At the very least, I've decided to use it to track some goals and to write three lines about each day. Check back with me in June to see how my planner use is going! Hahaha!
I'm feeling somewhat hopeful that 2021 will be the year which brings us normalcy. I'm hoping it will be the year which brings back travel, attending church in our church building, and hugging our friends. I don't feel like I'm asking for much. Rachel asked me the other day, "Mommy, can we pack our suitcases just for fun?" I said, "no" but I'm hoping we'll be able to pack them for real soon.
Our suitcases haven't moved from this spot in months. They are basically a holding spot for our extra toilet paper in the basement which feels somewhat appropriate!
I haven't been organizing much at home recently. I did organize a bunch of learning packages at work on Monday and Tuesday so that was fun. (I'm currently working as a secretary at a school and while the kids are learning from home, the admin and office staff are working at the schools. Truthfully, I'm not sad to leave the house every morning while Dave manages the kids' online learning and his job.)
I'm resolving to drink more water this year. My 2021 planner has a hydration tracker and nothing motivates me like filling in those little raindrops. Hahaha!
I'm wondering if our province's week of virtual learning for all elementary students will actually only be a week. I think every single parent of a school aged child, and everyone who works in education, is wondering the same thing... I really hope (there's that word again) that the schools will be allowed to welcome everyone back next week.
So this is what's up with me currently. What's up with you?