I had this totally crazy dream last night. I am missing Enoch and thinking of all the fun adventures he’s going to have and I guess thoughts of him are seeping into my subconscious. I know you’re dying to hear my dream. Likely you wake up every morning (from your own dreams) hoping I’ll post about mine. I don’t want to disappoint, so here it goes: I dream I walked out of the bathroom and nearly bumped into Enoch in the hall. “What are you doing here?” I asked. “I had to come home” he answered. “I can’t go to Tanzania.” I was so confused. He was leaving in two days…I hadn’t gotten a phone call or anything. In my dream, Chuck had picked him up (apparently he took a quick trip to Florida and I didn’t notice) and brought him home. Enoch explained that they weren’t going to let him go to Tanzania because ofthe rash Judah and Tilly had gotten on their faces (don’t ask me what that means). By their very nature, dreams don’t really make any sense. I was so upset. I checked Facebook (hey, it was a dream) and there was a post from one of his team leaders explaining that they were all sad Enoch could not continue to Tanzania with them. I was freaking out. I made phone calls, determined that he would get to go. I found out that if he took a yogi class (don’t ask me) that cost $200, he might be able to go, but he needed to take it that night so he could meet his team and fly off to Africa. And then at some point I woke up. Don’t you love how real events (a trip to Tanzania) seep into our subconscious and our dreams? Chuck thinks I’m crazy, but this is coming from a man who claims he never dreams. This summer we have only nine children at home (three of those are teens). Enoch will come home in August and couple of weeks later Judah will head off to Central Washington University. Our family is in a constant state of flux these days, it seems. Judah and Tilly are both taking summer classes at the community college and working. Both are gone each day and still have to pack lunches. Lately I have been giving them HORMEL® REV® Wraps. They are made with real meat and real cheese for real energy. I love that they are protein packed (12 grams!) Tilly has been grabbing one to snack on between classes. I love knowing she is getting plenty of protein energy to keep her going. Best of all, no prep for me. As you all know, the majority of our meals are made from scratch, so I love the convenience of HORMEL® REV® Wraps.
And aside from trips to Tanzania and summer classes at the college, Mordecai is loving his camp, but coming home exhausted every night. Hezekiah has two more weeks of his math and science camp. So far he has built: a plane that broke before they could fly it, a car that won first place in a race, and a rocket that won second place. He is learning so much and loving it. Avi has not complained at all about summer school (she also has just two weeks left). I think she is actually enjoying it this year. Which HORMEL® REV® Wrap do you want to try? Leave an answer in the comments below for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card!Entry Instructions: No duplicate comments.You may receive (2) total entries by selecting from the following entry methods:
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