Joining Taryn of WoolyMossRoots for her Gratitude Sunday:
-Very glad to have a little free time to return to blogging, and catch up on some of my favorite blogs.
-And grateful to return to some much-beloved routines and habits (like baking bread nearly every day, knitting, reading aloud to the kids in the afternoon, making pickles). Â -Grateful for the intense and much-needed rain this week, followed by a bolt of growth all over the gardens.
-Feeling very blessed to have such kind and thoughtful neighbors, who lavish such unconditional love on my kids.
-Bittersweet to see my youngest, who is suddenly full of independence and strong opinions, outgrowing some of his baby-ness as he edges up to his second birthday. Â However, it is exciting to see him take on new things and discover words and concepts every single day.
-And of course, on this Father’s Day weekend, grateful for Casey, who is a dedicated and loving father. Â He reads the kids adventure stories every night, whittles bows and arrows for the girls, builds Lego monsters with Hal, and gives his kids a childhood full of rich, imaginative play.
Hope you have a peaceful and restorative Sunday and a good start to your new week.
3 thoughts on “Gratitude”
I love your garden! It’s very cottagey, which are y favorite types of gardens! I’m new here from the Gratitude Sunday linkup. I’m also a homeschool mom and a Pacific Northwesterner, but up in Seattle. We just got rain today also, in buckets!
Hi, Maureen! Thank you for stopping by. 🙂
I love home baked bread, it makes me grateful too that I have the time to make it. Your garden looks blooming.
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