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Daybook

Posted by on March 4, 2018

FOR TODAY

Looking out my window…  a warm, sunny day; if a bit windy.  Hopefully a lot of the mud gets dried up today.

A great day to take Thomas on a walk to see the chickens; a long way for those little legs!

I am thinking… it’s only a little over a month before we begin the journey north (with a few stops along the way to visit family and friends). Praying for God’s provision in the support we need.

I am thankful… that Thomas’ frenectomy (tongue-tie revision) went well.  The last few days have not been fun trying to get him to open his mouth enough for me to do the stretching/massaging that needs to be done to avoid reattachment.  But the mouth rest/bite guard I ordered came today which is making it much easier.

One of my favorite things… baby smiles. Seriously, who can resist.

I am creating… quilt pattern possibilities for when we get up to Alaska.  The quilt that has been on Scott’s and my bed has gotten quite worn and needs replacing.

I am wearing… jeans and a turquoise/grey sweatshirt that I found at the church clothing exchange last Saturday.

I am hoping… that our passport applications are processed quickly and with no complications.  Thankful that all the paperwork could be filled out ahead of time online and that God sent along an off duty employee who was willing to help (two of the regular employees had called in sick that day).

I am learning… to trust God to provide.  It’s a daily struggle despite the many instances He’s given me to look back on.

In the kitchen… tried making Cactus Bread tonight (desert pizza).  Not bad, but needs a few adjustments.

In the school room… we had fun taking a day off from visiting on our trip last month to go see Mt. Rushmore.  The kids all had fun completing the Jr. Ranger program and learned a lot.

I am hearing… 12:20pm – kids getting their lunches, Scott playing with Elaina, Grandpa watching basketball; 9:30pm – girls watching Daddy play Terraria, Matthew taking a shower, Mom & Dad talking in the kitchen.

Moments from the last month…

 

 

One Response to Daybook

  1. Mom

    Good job. 🙂

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