It’s been a wet week around here. We had plans to have a bonfire and roast marshmallows on Winter Solstice, but it rained all day. Today it snowed on and off with sun breaks throughout the day. We managed to get out for a short walk before Zane’s nap. Zoey enjoyed walking in the water flowing through the culverts. Zane hasn’t felt well all week, so I’ll be grateful if tomorrow he wakes up feeling all better.
I think this may be the first Christmas I’ve spent away from my extended family. We decided to stay at our ranch this year to start our own family traditions. We’ve talked a lot about how we want to celebrate this time of year to make it special and memorable for our children. Today we were blessed with snow, a rainbow, and a clear sky tonight to see last night’s full moon. May you find peace, joy, and hope in your own families as you celebrate the holidays.
January 10, 2016 at 10:29 pm
Jessica-What an amazing writer you are! Eventually I hope to read every word & enjoy every photo, but in this brief visit a title popped up that I know I must read.
January 11, 2016 at 2:38 pm
Maureen-Thank you for your kind words! It was a pleasure to see you and Harold in November. Glad you enjoy the blog.