First fire in the fire place of the year. It’s getting cold…again.
When I was a kid growing up my mom would talk about the “seasons of life.” She was always talking about “grown-ups.”
Dead mower. ERRRRRRRRR! I was so frustrated! I had mowed (figure 8, figure 8, figure 8), did the water thing to clean out the deck, and now when I jump back on it to put it away…nothing. Seriously? Maybe it’s hot.
After my first day of sleeping until the alarm went off, I had high hopes of sleeping over eight hours in a row, WITHOUT a sleep aid!
Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. (sound of a buzzer) Didn’t happen. Instead the greenish blue monster came to visit.
For the last two days we (as if you have come to my house and are sitting across from me over a cup of coffee, tea, hot chocolate, or milk) were talking about:
“Live the life you’ve always imagined.”
Last night was Grief Share, so I wasn’t home much. The subject we are in the middle of:
“Live the life you’ve always imagined.” Continue reading “Part 2 of One Thought”
I work often work with wholesale customer and crafters who teach classes. One of the ladies sent me a link to her designs and a stamp she used caught my eye. I quickly e-mailed it to myself and signed out at the end of the day.
When Taylor got home she said,”Mom I heard the neatest saying…” It was the exact phrase on the stamped image:
“Live the life you’ve imagined.”
“Ok, Dad, as you wish… .” I started something last night/this morning that I was going to write about, but my heavenly Dad had other plans.
My very long week, great, but very long, ended with a double blessing. A couple to be exact.