Playing racquetball with Noah.
Noah wrote a sweet thank you note to Kel and left it on his pillow.
Showing up to watch an athlete finish a race literally 1 minute before she finished!
The rising moon over a snowy landscape.
Snowman surprise in my circle.
Ryan stood back and let the one girl at the bus stop get on the bus before him. I guess some things are starting to stick.
The snow finally melted off the road and it was a little warmer today. As soon as Noah got off the bus he ran home and got on his bike and rode it around the circle as fast as he could for about 5 minutes. Then he said, "I've been waiting all winter to do that." Yep, buddy, I know EXACTLY how you feel.
Standing in Cafe Kubal, my favorite local coffee shop, and eavesdropping in the baristas talking about how beautiful their steamed milk is.
Feeling so proud of my flute student at his senior recital.
I have to be honest and tell you that I haven't been doing a good job of keeping track of my moments each and every day. But I am still going to collect at least 365 moments before this project is complete. It has been interesting to me to see what things are the ones I want to remember but wouldn't if I didn't write them down: the way the sky looks, the little things my kids do or say, a quick burst of unexpected joy.
"Write it on your heart that every day is the best day of the year."
~Ralph Waldo Emerson