Helping little sis' with her schoolwork
Singing all afternoon when nobody is home to hear you
Answering those last minute "I need a babysitter quick!" calls from your friend's family of 7 kids down the road. It's loads of fun and good practice for when you have your own little precious ones.
Vacuuming every floor in the house. And yes, I sing when I do that too. :)
When you feel a little lonely, sitting down at your piano who has been your best friend since you were big enough to reach the keys.
Writing letters to your brother far away
Spending hours in your sewing room making beautiful costumes, practical clothes, and anything that will go in your hope chest.
Drawing your little sister's bunny until she absolutely WILL NOT sit still a moment longer
Taking long walks in the woods
Talking to your best friend on the phone
Writing that book you know will make a major motion picture one day. In your mind's eye, anyway.
Sharing what's on your heart with your mother while chopping onions side by side
Laughing uncontrollably at your dog who shows up at the front door after a run around the property... with mud all over his muzzle
Watching a movie with your little babysitting charges, and with a baby on your lap, whose eyes are glued to the screen and chubby hand mechanically placing pieces of popcorn in his mouth
Rushing upstairs to grab your homemaking journal to write down that sweet potato pot roast recipe you just made that tasted fabulous, and wondering if your future family will like it as much as you do
Picking your way through an estate sale, spotting that beautiful blue and white tablecloth and buying it up before anyone else can get it. Then later lovingly tucking it into your hope chest, imagining it on a table in a sunny future farmhouse kitchen.
And most of all, entrusting your whole being to God and his plans for you. :)