Life in our household is slowly returning to a sense of normalcy, or as close to it as possible. We've had some minor bumps along the way, but we're managing things now and looking forward to better times ahead. In the coming months, I'm hoping to return to part-time work, which has been a difficult decision.
Our girls are doing well, with the two oldest finishing up their semesters at university and applying for summer jobs. They were lucky enough to find jobs they loved last year, so we're hopeful for them this year. Our youngest is enjoying her new school and has been keeping us entertained as usual. She recently finished up ringette and badminton for the season and is now trying tennis.
This year, I've had the opportunity to coach basketball and badminton, both of which have been rewarding experiences. Coaching basketball was especially fun, and we had a great team of girls. Coaching badminton was an adventure, as I hadn't played in 30 years! The girls worked hard and showed so much improvement. Coaching is truly fulfilling when you have a great group of athletes.
As always, my husband is the rock of our family. He's been working long hours, with no end in sight, but we're hoping to take some time off in the spring. Unfortunately, we had to cancel our Hawaii vacation again this year due to my health, but we're okay with staying closer to home for now. After all, it's not where you go, but who you go with that truly matters. We did getaway on a lovely vacation to Florida shortly after Christmas and it was amazing. We will certainly cherish the many memories from our adventures.
Each day brings hope and love, and we're grateful for every moment. Remember to take time to enjoy the little things, cherish your loved ones, and live life to the fullest.
|Our Precious Family on Vacation in Florida|