That might translate into "never," we shall see! I have been building a list in my mind of things I'd like to do when my kids are grown. No, I don't want to rush this precious time. I am just being realistic about when these things might actually happen! However, my mother- in- law's kids are all grown and she spends her weeks alternating days between helping her mother and mother-in-law and helping out with grandkids. So perhaps by the time all of my kids have flown the nest I will be busy taking care of grandkids and maybe helping our parents. But if I ever find myself "bored" here are 10 classes or lessons I would love to take:
1. Knitting- to revive a passion I once had, and now have no time for.
2. Creative Writing
Well, I might have to finish this list when my kids are grown. Peter is torturing Kate and she is screaming at him and Maddie is supposed to be sleeping and the baby is watching it all from the hopefully safe perch of her swing.