a real sabbath

Today we've tried to have an intentional day of rest. I say that because so many 'days of rest' end up not being restful at all. Sometimes, even our ambitious plans for orchestrated family time become more laborous than lovely.

Today, I read some of the book on Krakatoa. I played Sorry! with the boys (Grayson won, as he almost always does). I had an iChat with one long-time friend and a phone conversation with another. I sent the boys out to play in the snow.

Tonight we'll film our final two sessions of Omega. They have been going great - and the real work starts this week in assembling student outlines, print, binders, etc for roll-out at the OneThing conference.

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