I’m spending the day at my parents. We’ll be picking apples and making homemade apple cider. Hannah, once ballet is finished, will be coming and taking some sweet pictures that I know we’ll share.
Until then, I’m stuck sharing some random pictures from my phone.
They document life — in those quick moments.
Love this one of Samuel. Could he have a cuter face? Tomorrow? It’s his 2nd birthday. Prepping that post tonight. Love. Love. Love.
What in the world? This is just a bit strange…make that just plain strange.
And here’s my amazing Caleb — who probably would want that pencil sharpener thing — wearing his awesome birthday hat. He loves the Minnesota Twins. And if any of you have that sharpener I apologize for the “strange” comment. Did you see that the tail spins?
And, yes, I might just like tonic water. Just a bit.
This is the book that contains the recipe for the unbelievable pot roast that I wrote about yesterday. I’ll detail it later this week.
Samuel loves John Deere — and riding his Boppy’s tractor (my dad)
And finally, this was the sunset I saw two nights ago as I was driving home from ballet. This is right by my home — one of my favorite spots on my drive.
How about on your phone?
Do you have some equally random and favorite shots?
And plans for Saturday?
What a beautiful sunset! Yes! Lots of random shots on my phone. And as for Saturday plans, friends are havinga welcome home to NM party for us this afternoon/evening. I am so looking forward to it. Thankful for 2nd chances and livin a life of contentment. Have a great day and Happy Birthday to your little man tomorrow!!
Beautiful sunset…and happy birthday to samuel! Enjoy your weekend…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SAMUEL!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can’t believe you’re 2 already!
About the pencil sharpener…did you SEE that it’s on clearance? Imagine that!
Know that you’re always in my thoughts and prayers!
2 Samuel 22:2-3 And he said, The LORD is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; The God of my rock; in him will I trust: he is my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my high tower, and my refuge, my saviour; thou savest me…
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