It is a pretty quiet day here. There is a brushing of snow on the ground. We've started our Advent devotional book even though it isn't Advent, because Advent this year is only about three weeks long, and the book is written for four.
Dollygirl has been writing first-term exams and working on her term project, which is to design a new historical 18-inch doll for any decade of the 20th century that American Girl skipped. She chose the 1950's.
Mama Squirrel has been making things, cleaning things, and working on Term Two. We have a church dinner on Saturday, which I'm helping with, but someone else is doing the planning for that.
The Apprentice has had an insane amount of project work, but the university term is almost over now except for exams. So she'll be around more next month.
Ponytails is at school, which is going okay this fall. (Ponytails, you can add to or correct that at your pleasure.)
Mr. Fixit is doing his usual fixiting. And chauffeuring--today it's dentist appointments for the Squirrelings, after Ponytails gets home from school. Also he's putting the finishing touches on his annual comedy monologue for the church dinner.
There's Reuben Chicken in the slow cooker, and pumpkin bread thawing on the counter.
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