The body attached to these feet have had a rather irritating week. Some big things that we use all day, everyday decided to break. No septic. No phone. No internet. Broken mower. It's amazing how much we rely on these things and how much we take them for granted until they are gone.
I know that these things are all silly and thankfully they've already been fixed after 6 days of frustration. These little trials which seem huge when your going through them help put things in a eternal AND good health perspective, to be grateful and enjoy each day that God gives us and with what he graciously bestows on us.
No fancy food for me, just Girl Scout cookies a little bit of wine and slinging the push mower in my slides to make me feel better.
Tomorrow is a new and better day I hope.
These boys are waiting patiently for crumbs to drop on the ground.
And I am waiting patiently for my garden to grow that I planted while contemplating the outcome of me trying to use chainsaw to cut down a few trees for project....
After celebrating a special 12 year old birthday at Flour Pot today, family randomly showed up for an impromptu dinner. We pulled out the paper plates and shared a lovely meal.
Words that come to mind from those gathered around the table at our random family gathering:
happy, laughter, good food, memories, BBQ, conversation, laughter, food, funny,spontaneous, cowboy charcoal, rib eye steaks, wisdom teeth, dishes, more dishes, family forever, Wish we had more days like this.
Inspired by the loves of my life. the hunger in my stomach and my SPONTANEOUS nature.