Outside my window. . . the sun is shining through a hot and humid haze. I see some leaves starting to change from green to golden yellow.
I am thinking. . . about all of the blog traffic I have recently been getting from Ghana and hoping that those readers from afar would leave a comment and introduce themselves. (:waving: Hello there!)
I am thankful for. . . so, so much. Thankful for the realization of how very blessed we truly are. We may not be rolling in money, but we have just about everything we need.
From the kitchen. . . I bought a lot of Autumn food the last time I went grocery shopping. It was cooler last week and I was thinking of Shepherd’s Pie and soups, etc. The hot weather doesn’t inspire me to cook much of anything though.
I am wearing. . . capris, fitted tee and sandals. Pretty much par for the course.
I am creating. . . lessons plans for our homeschool co-op, a list of books I’d like my girls to read or listen to in the future and a list of Science experiments I hope to do soon.
I am going. . . to take a walk with the girls later to look for mushrooms and toadstools so we can do spore prints tonight.
I am reading. . . A Woman After God’s Own Heart by Elizabeth George.
I am hoping. . . we get a Compassion letter soon. It has been almost two weeks since we’ve gotten any letters from our children and it seems like a LONG time.
I am hearing. . . my older girls hum and chat while they make collages from old magazines.
Around the house. . . Nico and Kaya are busy with collages and Luna is still napping. We took the day off from our homeschooling and spent the morning down at the gully in town.
A few plans for the rest of the week. . . Enjoy the last of the warm weather on Friday. Temps are supposed to drop from high 80’s Friday to 60’s on Saturday.
Here is a picture thought I am sharing. . . my girls this morning.