Unfortunately, everytime I've put it on him, it's made his eczema flare up. :( Maybe his skin will clear up by next winter, and he can wear it then. There's certainly enough room for growth.
It's a snow day today. I love being married to a teacher. We're supposed to go carolling downtown tonight, but if things don't clear up, well, I wouldn't complain if we got to have a night at home.
Rose had her very first Christmas program last night.
Her class did great! They recited a little piece about Mary and Joseph looking for a place to stay, and then they sang a song about Santa.
Some geek jokes:
How can you tell that a mathematician is an extrovert? When he talks to you, he looks at your shoes and not his own.
A neutron walks into a bar and asks the bartender, “How much for a martini?” The bartender says, “For you? No charge.”
If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the precipitate.
I've been feeling very nostalgic lately. I don't know if it's the season, or if it's because I've reconnected with some good friends on Facebook that I never thought I'd be able to find again, but I've been thinking a lot about how I used to be, how my life was, and how my life has turned out. It's a strange sensation, not unpleasant, but strange.
I always seem to forget in December that there's another month and more activities to follow after the holidays. In the past it hasn't been such a big deal. But Rose's birthday is on January 3, and having the family over is something that I don't like to throw together at the last minute. Somehow this year I have to start getting ready for that sooner.