In fact, this Idaho trip has been hard to plan on many levels. It’s very rustic there so I haven’t been sure what necessities I needed to take with me.
Last week after spending several days hiding away in deep thought and writing, I was glad to be home to my simple, sweet life and beautiful family.
I am still on my cleaning and organizing frenzy. In fact, it’s gotten worse since James is out of town for the week. I always get a lot done when he’s gone.
One thing I love about life in the country is the constant change. One day you’re a happy farmer with a cow grazing in the field. The next day you’re a crazy woman wading through mud in your good shoes chasing a cow down the street.
We’re heading into a busy weekend with the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival. All day for three days. My older kids like to stay late and do every last session. Mamma wants to sleep.
In going back over my old posts, I realized that I never showed you a BIG project we did last summer. How could I have missed it?! It is probably my favorite project of the year.
The theme of my weekend was animals. Well, it starts with animals and ends with animals, with a middle of various other activity.
I have so much to tell you about our weekend. It started pretty rough.
It was a weekend of little things, stresses that weren’t really anything important and me being sleepy.
There’s been a veritable DIY craze going on a my house for the past month.