I've been pretty disconnected from social media this week... My uncle passed away very unexpectedly and my family is having a hard time. We have spent the week mourning and doing our best to cherish the good times we shared. Luke was so loved and will be greatly missed.
Our little refreshment/garden gear station for the community garden day yesterday (and a stack of my @riddlelove favorite garden books). Thanks for the nourishing treats, @beardedbros ! #brosbeforegmos
I was so nervous about Milo going to kindergarten. He loved his preschool and I knew his teachers cared for him, they understood him and he thrived. I wondered if public school would be too much, if his teacher would care about him at all. This weekend all of my fears were evaporated. This photo isn't perfect, but it shows his teacher who took time out of her weekend to stop by his birthday party (knowing the entire class was invited). That is amazing. ❤❤❤ I love this community I live in.
Happy Mother's Day to all the mamas - I hope you all know how loved you are. Motherhood for me has been the sweetest season of my life thus far and far exceeds any expectations I had. I never knew or understood the depths of a mothers heart until I had my own children and for that I cannot express how humbly grateful I am because truthfully there's nothing more beautiful on this planet. Equally grateful for my own mother for loving me the same way and by doing so teaching me everything and the only things worth knowing and all the mothers before her. But also keeping in my prayers and hearts the mothers and children who find today difficult for whatever reason. Thank you to my beautiful boys, all 3 of you, who made today so wonderful - a simple day filled with all of my favourite things which of course is them and only them and always be will them. I struck gold when they chose me ✨
My little flower girl with some fallen petals she'd gathered 🌸 Hope all my Mummy friends here have had a lovely day and sending special thoughts to those who long to be one. I'm beyond grateful for the help we were given to have the twins and to become a Mummy. Mother's Day was such a hard day for me, for too many years, and today I feel so incredibly lucky, yet very mindful of others still on their journey - it will happen ✨💕
This was part of my 365 from Friday. I didn't get to post because all of the sudden, I got a random sickness. It felt like the flu but it has only lasted for a couple of days so who knows??? Anyway, here's my 19/365. I won't have a 20 so you can look for 21 tonight 😉
Two years ago we cycled over Deception Pass as we island-hopped past Seattle to Olympic National Park. We had the beaches to ourselves while we called this place home, watching the naval jets and the whirlpools in the Salish Sea. 🌊🌊
People have come to be confused about what the rebellion really is.
The rebellion is not in the clothes you wear, it is not in the appearance you portray, it is not in the music you listen to.
The rebellion is in the mind. The rebellion is the process of forgetting everything you know and asking the questions to what everything is again, where you are now questioning everything,
for you to decide,
rewiring your every circuit,
by erasing everything you know or thought you knew and were taught.
The rebellion is tough.
The rebellion is not always pretty.
The rebellion is first in the mind
the rebel is in the act. •Rex•