Our Lord's Day
Greetings everyone! I know I have been but a distant memory to ya'll lately. Life has been so crazy busy. So crazy busy that I've neglected to even be taking pictures of my kiddos.
Do you ever get into one of those slumps?
It all just seems so boring and mundane that I think "there's nothing to even take a picture of" and "boring, people, this is all so boring".
But then it hit me one day that I am simply letting life pass me by, for it is in the small and simple moments that our life is formed and created. And I know that one of these soft days I will look back and wish I had cared more about what was going on...that I would have stopped and breathed it in, and memorized every aspect. For one day it will be gone.
Today is one of those days I hope I never, ever forget. Not that it was anything special or anything particulary momentous occured. But rather it was a simple Sunday. A day to rest and rejunvenate our souls as the Lord commands us to do.
So here are some of the things that happened here during our Lord's day:
Napping. Lots and lots of napping. Isn't the feeling you have when you wake up from a nap transplendent? I just don't think there's anything better than a good ole' Sunday afternoon nap.
This little guy insisted he didn't need a nap. Apparently he surrendered in a losing battle. This picture will always and forever make me want to scoop him up and cuddle him. And then tuck him in.
Here I am...Happy in the Lord! Sunday afternoons when we come home from church we change into our sweaties and I put my hair into a ponytail. There's nothing better than changing out of Sunday morning pantyhose into nice warm sweat pants and thick socks...except maybe a nap. :)
I always try to make a big dinner for our Sunday Supper. Something that has to cook a long time in a big pot. Tonight it was Chicken Cacciatore with crusty bread. I was worried the kiddos wouldn't like it...
But it was a hit!
God Bless You All!