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credits: papers and elements from When The Heart Sings by Mye De Leon | template by Janet Phillips
Finally. A big boy. Last year he had to hear the other guys talk about how fun it was to be at the football cup. This year he got to join in. He counted the days the last week and couldn’t be happier about the play. No worries if they lost or won, as far as he got to run, tackle and shoot the ball it was more than enough. And the fact that we had to stay over at the hotel for the night made his smile even bigger. A hotel with a huge swimming pool I might add. Pure bliss. Next year we’re staying an extra night and mama are not going to plan so badly that she has to drive back home for work early Sunday morning, mama is staying put next year. Or so is the plan.
credits: papers and elements from Reach For The Sky by Lindsay Riches | template by me
[Today I spotted a beaver hive and lots of trees chewed down, to build their home in the river. I can’t wait to bring MT with me later this week to explore further.]
Last summer I walked down by the river at least twice a week. I filled my ears with favorite podcasts (mostly of the Paperclipping kind) and just put one foot in front of the other. Enjoying both days with sunshine and days with rain – and all those in between. So good to be outside, having the river as a background noise, looking at the nature around me and moving my body.
But then fall came and it got too cold. I stopped my walks. I’ve missed it, though, and now spring is here again and I’m happily back on track. Walking, not running, an hour or more. Taking it all in; the nature, the time alone, the movement, the words and laughter on my podcast. I love it. And now that the weather is a little bit warmer I’m ready to do it more often. Can hardly wait to go out there again.
Each year I tell our church’s youths about these pearls, we make wreaths with them and start to learn their meanings both for remembering the stories of Jesus and for helping us in our prayers . I love that it is a colorful wreath that gives me something to hold on to.
My favorite pearl is the blue pearl , the pearl of joy and peace; letting things go & leave it to God to take the lead.
I really had lots of fun playing with these kits and since I’m on the team I try to do at least 3 layouts with them; this month I made five. At our place (Norway) we have only 22 minutes left for the new month to start; hoping it’ll be a good one!