This week’s virtue was Moderation.
Avoid extremes; forbear resenting injuries so much as you think they deserve.
Hmmm, I suppose 10 hours on Dad’s site was excessive, especially since it included research and experiments into neat things about the program that won’t go on his site. Spending all of yesterday reading also counts. On the other hand, I didn’t knit too much on the shoe covers for the bazaar — extreme avoidance!
Overall, though, I didn’t improve in moderation, since I rarely thought about it.
Yes, I avoided talking about earlier injuries and lessons learned from them, unless you include starting physio for a wonky shoulder. Time to get the nerves working correctly again, so the muscles work properly to avoid further injury.
Next week is Cleanliness.
Tolerate no uncleanliness in body, cloaths, or habitation.
Love Ben’s spelling.
I guess this means not to let the housework slide this week. I’m pretty happy with the level of cleanliness. Yes, it could be better, but it’s about the same as other homes around here. It’s a bad week for this virtue, since I have so many deadlines. I usually let the rotation slip a bit when I have deadlines.
The kids have slid (slod? slidden?). They aren’t putting away their clean clothes, and daughter still leaves her worn clothes in one unsorted pile on the floor. Before afternoon snack would be best, but some days they need a break more than they need another thing to do.
That’s about it for this week.