Soul Cheering Literature 101-Works by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Childhood Books I never read (Narnia series? The Hobbit? The Adventures of Tom Sawyer?), Inklings and Faith texts, and of course, the occasional Cooking Memoir (Emily Franklin, anyone?).
Art-I'm bringing my sewing machine with me, along with an antique suitcase stuffed with my favourite Softie-Making-Fabrics. I also have some unfinished rag dolls that I hope to finally clothe. There are also water colours, pastels, coloured pencils, and plenty of letter writing materials.
Science: Astronomy/How-To-Catch-A-Lightning-Bug/Tree-Hugging-I hope to see stars. And lightning bugs. And lots of trees.
P.E.-Walking, Shrimpy Prawn, and physical therapy exercises/stretching for knees, back, and upper-body.
Bible/Spiritual Formation-Daily prayers from Red Book/And Not Red Book. Hopefully supplementary reading from other books dealing with Soul Care, etc. Learning to take time to "be"--I think this can be done inside and outside of a set schedule.
Electives: Breakfasting and Tea Time, Cooking and Baking (?), and Sleep 412. Mmm. Upper-Division.
*Who knows how much of this I will actually accomplish. I needn't conquer this list. Rather, it serves as a rough-draft plan of my agenda. Here is proof that I shall try not to be idle. Then again, I think my problem lies in being too busy.