Goodbye Leap Day; see you in 4 years.
Goodbye March coming in like a lamb; let's keep the lion in its cage.
Goodbye playing teacher at school and absolutely loving everything about it.
Goodbye enjoying the unseasonably warm weather and sunshine.
Goodbye paying tribute to a town introduced to America for all the wrong reasons; grace endured.
Hello birthday wishes to Dr. Seuss - we've enjoyed your creativity immensely in our home.
Hello McDonald's Happy Meal Press Conference I'll be attending because I'm an invited blogger - cool!
Hello Super Hubby invoicing for the month of February - the weekend after a month ends isn't so much fun around here.
Hello researching the facts and making a voting decision for Super Tuesday - too much pressure.
Hello just chillin' out and enjoying time with the family.
This week's Lessons Learned is rooted in the Chardon High School tragedy that occurred this past Monday. I learned that bad things happen without any explanation. No understanding can come from such an act of destruction. And, I have to be OK with that. Not everything needs an explanation, no matter how bad or unexplainable it is. Sometimes, we're not supposed to know the reason why; sometimes, we just have to accept reality and go on from there. We are not the All-Knowing, and accepting that is true faith.