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.