Brothers (Gavin and Preston) in harmony
Smiles, freely given by Ethan.
Living in a region with many bronzes
(Pendleton Round Up)
The only thing
I’ve learned on my new camera is the Macro focus.
I need to lean into the learning curve!
At five months, Levi takes great gulps of life through his eyes.
He is the unblinking baby.
We call this look The Levi
Noah is so much
like his Daddy.
I can only chuckle. I should be praying.
Praying for his mama.
The simple pleasure with this kiddo is singing.
Twinkle, Twinkle, Jingle Bells, Doxology, and whatever we make up.
He wakes up singing.
The bamboo forest.
Scope for a boy’s imagination.
~ My front flower garden is a simple pleasure because it makes me
smile *before* I weed it!
~ These cheerful mums replace very dreary mostly-dead May flowers.
~ There are fewer dinners al fresco, but this one was gorgeous:
sage grouse my son cooked (in the foreground)
and roasted garden veggies.
I could live on roasted beets.
~ Fresh basil for the clipping.
It makes an amazing addition to a fresh tomato sandwich.
I like to strip the flowering stalks onto my bread.
This is so simple, I can’t understand why I didn’t think of it before.
The hydrangeas are left over from Katie’s wedding.
My husband is allergic to most flowers.
when they are outside. (a lightbulb moment
They have held up well and make me cheerful!
what about you?
What simple pleasures are propping you up?