Well hey everyone! I hope y’all are doing well. I’m writing this as my husband drives us home from my very favorite beach in Texas. So thankful and blessed for a long and relaxing week of salty family fun!
I don’t really know where to start here but I will say that 2020 has thrown us some curve balls and we are in the midst of some turmoil. But God is still on His throne. He knows that we have the victory in the end! The darkness may last for the night but JOY comes in the morning. I have renewed hope. There are so many things out of my control right now but I know I can control my
Health and I can control the clutter in my home and that’s exactly what I’ll be focusing on for the next two months. At the end of those months I will be headed back to the coast w my sweet family and I hope to be stronger and to have more stamina than I did during this trip. I admit that quarantine got me down and very unhealthy.
I plan to spend less time online and more time reading books, taking walks and playing actual games with my children. Gardening has been something I’ve enjoyed these past few months and I am hoping to plant more warm weather veggies (okra, peas and sweet potatoes). We finally have chickens again! You know how much I love my chicks. I’m so grateful to have our chickens and our garden again! As silly as it sounds, I also plan to get back into my Cleaning routines. I so enjoy cleaning. I find it relaxing, therapeutic and rewarding. Can’t wait to clear the clutter and get my home sparkling again.
I have a LOT of work to do in order to prepare for our Classical Conversations program next year so I’ll be focusing on that as well. We have a new location which is actually right down the street from our home, it’s bittersweet really. We’d been at our last place six years. It was an awesome location but we are just blessed to have a place to meet anywhere at this point thanks to Covid.
So lots of fun and hopeful events on the horizon. I hope all
Of you are doing well. I also hope to start back to my regular blogging again now. Joy and blessings to all of you!
Grace and peace,