Another day, another car picnic in the Starbucks parking lot with Sadie girl.
This time she had vanilla milk and Nutri-grain bars. I had my usual blonde roast with cream 🙂
The fact that we should accept and expect deserts in our spiritual journey as surely as we do joy really hit home for me. When we don’t expect life to be perfect all the time, we’re less likely to experience “whiplash” every time we’re going through a challenging situation.
Another day, another craft.
We worked on a turkey headband during homeschool the day before Thanksgiving and talked about birds!
Funny side note: when I ask Sadie what noise an owl makes, she say “awooo, awooo” and it sounds like a wolf howl. That also reminds me that anytime she sees a picture of a wolf she says “Na Na” which is what she calls Niva, lol.
Another day, another visit to see Jimmy at work.
We feel so, so blessed that we’re able to pop in and see him (and my father-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, and cousin) anytime. It definitely breaks up the day and Sadie likes to talk on the intercom.