This little guy melts my heart EVERY single day! He told me today that "the best thing about kindergarten is my teacher." (sniff, sniff ) Then in the same breath he asked if he could marry me too. Then he says, "Oh yeah! Dad would never allow that to happen!" and gave me that sweet little sparkly eyed grin. I think if he would have asked me for a credit card at that point, I might have given him one. He has me smitten. smile emoticon
So here we go. It's been a long time since I have sat down and wrote anything. Life has been filled with homeschool, dishes, laundry and trying to create some time for spending with my kiddos and husband as mom and not just as teacher. Phew! How in the world do I make time for all of the things that I need to and the things that breath life into my heart and soul (such as writing)? I really want to find the space for it because it feeds my heart, my vision and my soul. This year I also took on a 365/ or 52 week photo project and I guess that's what I have poured myself into so far. Maybe I will combine the photos and writing together and see what happens on this blog. But I have decided that I will shame myself no more and embrace how often I have time to visit this blog and enjoy the moments that I do show up here. It's a joy giving and joy receiving endeavor and I just need to embrace and accept it just as it is. . . accept and embrace my own limitations just as they are. So here goes. . .
I have been telling myself that I need to write again. That part of my soul needs to be expressed through writing and it 's been too long. Then, I log into my blog today and realize that it has been 2 years! Oh my! TOO long! I am planning to reinvent this journal of my life and my heart no matter how many actually read this. Someday, it will be a sweet jog down memory lane of this season and stage of life. So, I am dusting off the pages of this blog. . . dust is flying everywhere and getting ready to submit my thoughts and heart to these pages for posterity sake.