This photo sums up the day nicely. It started out cool and sultry(lower center), then became sunny and almost 90 F. (golden center) In the late afternoon dark clouds rolled in, cooling the air but without any beneficial rain. September 9th’s sunset. Actually, life is similar to this. I strive to be like the tree, weathering on, because whatever stage I’m in may quickly change to another. #sultrydays#eveningsky#beautifuldays2018
You know what? This #punnymug is my mood today — in a good way (except with two malamutes, fur is sort of a sore subject lol). 💕 Usually, I’m living my whole life by a micro-managed, at-least-twice-revised plan, so sometimes, throwing caution to the wind feels great. So I’m showing up today, for #whatevfur life decides to bring. 😂
Are anybody else’s weekends always stuck on fast forward? Did y’all find the rewind button yet — or at least the one to slow them back down to normal? 😂 For real, though. I pretty much blinked and made coffee, and suddenly it’s already Monday again. Maybe we could turn the clocks back just a litttttlee bit more? (Read: like 48 hours maybe?!)
In a world full of poorly fashioned imitation, needless heartache, and bullshit on parade — #beyou . Be #unapologeticallyyou , live unapologetically for yourself, and shine your beautiful sunshine out there in the world, whenever you can. 🖤
Venus of Willendorf candles, created in Longmont with beeswax from apiaries all around the Front Range. I only have three in stock right now! 🐝$28 each for these 100% beeswax beauties🐝How are you infusing feminine energy into your life?
🎶 Home, home on the range, where the moo cows and gravel bikes play. 🎶
I love that the powers that be had the sense and the forethought to preserve some of the open spaces along this stretch of the Front Range. P.S. Not that it isn't obvious, but I went a little nuts with the filters and edits on this one.
I spent a good half hour this afternoon talking with my oldest five about homeschooling. A few of them had spent literally ALL morning bickering, complaining, tattling, and avoiding the tasks they’d been assigned. I was running on my last little sliver of patience, so we sat in a circle on the floor while I explained the specific reasons why we have chosen to homeschool. I also talked about the other options we have for their education. I made it clear that we don’t have to continue homeschooling if they choose to demonstrate a lack of appreciation for it. I think I got my point across because the last half of the day was the complete opposite of how it began. 🙌🏼
I realize that my kids have no idea of life outside of homeschool, and I can’t expect them to know any different...but I want so much for them to understand what a blessing it is to grow up with a tight-knit band of siblings, learning at their own pace and in their own style, and enjoying ample free time for imaginative play and time in nature. (By the way, I’m not saying homeschool is for everyone, and I love the heck out of my non-homeschooling friends!!) 😘
I’m curious, for both homeschoolers and otherwise...how do you intentionally create an attitude of appreciation in your home? I feel that it’s sort of hit and miss for us now, and I would love to establish a more consistent atmosphere of gratitude. 🙏🏻
Where can I even start....
I love you to the moon and back a thousand million trillion times 😊
I'm so happy we're at this point in life with each other, because in all honesty I have no idea what it be like to not have you!
You've brought so many joy and spontaneous moments to my life, forever grateful!
These pictures have only been a couple of the many I would have like to take because someone doesn't like to take pictures as much as I do! Buttt es okay! I'm stoked for our future adventures and the many more states we are yet to conquer and the many food places we need to discover🤗😛 OMG so freaking excited ❤
Happy 3 year baby 💋 -