Some of our biggest projects are not so
Tim is writing another book, and loves reading about his time period and all things involved With Sword and Saber. Josh is also writing a book, but his is a school assignment. He loves the research part of writing a book. I'm also writing a book. We're getting to be a booky family.
In the sewing department, Evangel pieced together an old skirt with a top of some jeans to make a new skirt. My goal is to get the cutting done for a quilt, but I don't want to start sticking it together til we are at a machine.
Evangel's got a whole stack of books she wants to finish reading, including the daunting History of the Irish Race. She's half done with her stack, as far as books, but not half done the pages.
She also has a blog called Proverbial Womanhood www.proverbialwomanhood.blogspot.com which she is growing with worthwhile pictures and verses. That's not a project to be finished.
I am just pleased to list these for myself. It's better to focus on what we can do than on what we are missing, and this has been a busy, profitable trip. The paper part of school happens 5 days a week, and these other learning experiences will be helpful for us and others.
"Whatsoever your hand findeth to do, do it with all of your might!" Your hands find more to do if you go looking for profitable projects.