Summer World Series // baseball ready
It's our [work out!] date day!!
Strength today. Hubs did great as always, me? I was feeling it. Whoa.
Backyard turtle watching with hubs while I was heading to the store.
Lunch date, our oldest and I.
Picking out a few additions for our garden.
Gardening braid. :)
Packing up for lacrosse camp.
May was full! And so hard to pair down the favorites. Here we go:
Sweet girl 4th grade famous Hoosier, Mordecai Brown
Celebrating hubs 45th
Mother's Day with our family and a long afternoon batting practice to follow with mister and his four ;) batting coaches...
Hubs, Dad, our oldest and middle son while Nana and I watched from the porch
SO handsome and so proud: celebrating the end of 8th grade and the start of High School +the middle school band concert that was outstanding (his bow tie is from our late Nana B.'s vintage collection.)
when mister got the game ball for 'his maturity' while playing
bringing home our college one for the summer +watching him start his first summer job
recital braid/bun done by my nervous hands on the first try right before her performance and it not falling out
thankful our oldest was home and able to go to the recital +the support from Nana and Papaw too
2nd, 8th and 4th
Loved how the race officiant had us all pause and thank God for our freedom and for the beautiful weather
And Beach time:
The final week of school! We were so excited to be finishing up 2nd, 4th and 8th grade +our college finished his last final last Thursday!
Hold the door, say please, say thank you
Don't steal, don't cheat, and don't lie
I know you got mountains to climb but
Always stay humble and kind
When those dreams you're dreamin' come to you
When the work you put in is realized
Let yourself feel the pride but
Always stay humble and kind...
When it rains it pours. Yesterday we finished a jury trial that my man spent last week testifying on behalf of the victim and as we found out the outcome yesterday afternoon it wasn't what we were hoping for...then a few hours later we got the dreaded phone call from our college one that he'd crashed his car. He's ok. Thankfully. His car is not but no other cars were involved. Whew. So now today: ten on ten. Looking at the beauty in our ordinary feels all the more special.
first one ready, always (finishing this school year strong!)
our lilacs are in bloom and smell so good (back from morning school drop off)
morning routine in the kitchen (unload/load dishwasher)
on the table (sorting mail)
mid day pickup for our middle school sweetie (ortho appt.)
Five Guys! (his pick)
errands +pretty spring buds (paying parking tickets)
after school play time (Hershey's camera shy)
(LOVED the middle school spring concert +our drummer boy!)
Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in The Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.