I have many days that I spend in pain and imagine how much harder my life would be if I didn't have the benefit of being able to stay at home while my husband works hard to support us. Even on my worst days, just looking out of the window from my bed and seeing a fawn play with his mother or the birds soar, or the gorgeous sky fills me with hope and happiness.
I am not sure what this life has in store for me, and I will never stop looking for greener grass, but in the meantime I am happy to stop and smell the roses...or watch the sunset for the five-hundredth time. If this is all there is, I am learning the patience of contentment.
Sappy Reflection Time is over.
So July is a busy month of birthdays in my family (lots of folks getting busy in September!). My sister-in-law's fiancee, Brother, Father, and Hubby were all born in July. Hubby and I invited the fiancee and family up for his birthday and we had a fun day of fishing, catching up, and of course, eating a lovely summer feast.
Here's one of the cards I made this month