We homeschool. My 12 year old has no interest in photography, but I'm dealing with it.
In the mornings we're crowded around the table pigging out on cheese eggs and avocados. Afternoons bring field trips or books. In the evening, you'll find my husband and I hanging out on the back deck with an IPA in hand.
Taking bug pictures is like a meditation to me. Bugs up close are cool, and I suppose that's weird- But look at that mantis!
You know you're impressed.
Sometimes grandparents cannot make it to the wedding, and that's okay. We can include them in family portraits (woohoo FaceTime!), and I always make sure to introduce myself.
After all, they're a pretty big deal.
Sometimes the odds feel against us but heartache, trauma, fear, etc.-- none of it can stand against a strong heart. Especially when God is involved.
I spent most of my childhood in Florida. Salty air, sea breeze, and sand lift my spirit. If I'm being honest, I have a *very* hard time coming back home from vacation.
I mean, we all know dirt helps balance our body chemistry, but it's like I can *feel* the peace settling in me when I'm in nature.
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