In the afternoon and evening his Team Building class took a field trip to another location in town to do GIDI (Glow in the Dark Initiatives), a team building activity Ted developed. He has published and presented this idea at national and regional outdoor conferences in the US and used it with many groups of all ages.
It snowed like crazy all weekend. It’s December, it’s winter, it’s snowing.
We hung out at home during the day. Ted took down the light fixtures so I could clean them. The apartments here don’t come with lights. There are plug ins in the ceiling and you buy lights to attach. Some turn on with a pull string, others have remotes (that sometimes get misplaced, even though there is a place to keep them).
I worked on the ornament a little more and Ted read a new book on his iPod before we went to the Dance Festival in the evening that I wrote about yesterday.
Sunday, I did some housecleaning and Ted went to his office for a little while. Ted took some pictures of us for a Christmas card. It was hard enough for two adults to get a good photo using the timer. I don’t know how families with children ever get a good photo.
After lunch we had to clear the snow from the car. Last winter we didn’t have a car so we didn’t have to do this. It’s not as fun as it looks!