Making: a quilt for Ayla. A Tova for me. And a schedule for Archer.
Cooking: up some failures in the bread department and successes in the desserts.
Drinking: coffee with honey and soy milk.
Reading: “Looking for Alaska” by John Green.
Wanting: more time in the day to get projects cleared off the list.
Looking: forward to a routine.
Playing: ballet and dress up.
Wasting: so many trees.
Sewing: aprons, zipper pouches and quilts.
Wishing: we were in our new house.
Enjoying: the late night hours to myself.
Waiting: for the rain.
Liking: the sounds of babbling and laughter.
Wondering: when how homeschooling will work this year.
Loving: my quiet times with Griffin.
Hoping: the rain will hold off for the state fair tonight.
Marveling: how neat it is to grow a child and then sustain one.
Needing: a bigger work space.
Smelling: pickled carrots
Wearing: my one and only pair of jeans and a tshirt.
Following: my heart and gut to keep my kids at home.
Noticing: the passage of time and how some days feel like minutes and other like hours.
Knowing: that tomorrow will bring a new day.
Thinking: that my life is blessed and I need to take more time to enjoy it.
Bookmarking: homeschool curriculum.
Opening: new patterns to try.
Giggling: at sloppy kisses.
Feeling: in awe.