Daddy daycare is over, and today’s my first time in a month having the 8 hours of the day all to myself.
Between having the best time in the world hanging out with my daughter, I’ve been squeezing in the odd hour or two each day, at my full time career… trying to change the world of course.
Let me say those of you who are stay-at-home parents, much honor and glory and praise is due to you! I have no doubt that many of you live with plans on hold and dreams deferred. You’re a gift to your child and to the world.
And single parents out there, I have no idea how you do it. period. You astound me.
Today I made breakfast and lunch for my wife and daughter. Read through the scriptures (I’ve been reading genesis, and going through John & Revelations backwards). While watching the Toronto Government 2.0 Summit, I finished preparing for a talk on the ‘theology of ecology’ I’ll be doing with my wife this Sunday.
Also managed to dig through some emails, book my next several meetings, and write up the next ten blog posts.
Finally, a day I feel at least a bit productive.
Now I’m going to go bake my wife a lasagna.