I haven’t shared the beauty in a while, so I’m going to take this lazy Sunday afternoon to do just that!
I promise, I’ll be brief so that you can spend your moments exploring these wonderful treats:
In a recent post, At Least for Me, Kris, from Pretty All True, lovingly wrote about her eldest daughter’s transition from her crib to a big girl bed. When I read it, my heart grew so big it nearly exploded. This post is beautiful and tender and I could reread it many times over. Though it spoke to me partly because we recently introduced Katie to her big girl bed, this story of a mother’s intense love for her child is a gift for us all.
My favorite food is salmon. Every time I eat it, I am overwhelmed with bliss and caught in that very moment. Meredith, from In Sock Monkey Slippers, recently posted a recipe for Rosemary and Garlic Roasted Salmon that screams out for me to make it and eat it entirely by myself. Some things simply cannot be shared.
I am often struck by the way we remember things and by which bits of an experience stay with us. Jen, from Denton Sanitorium, has written a beautiful post, M is for Memories, that thoughtfully questions how her children will remember their recent vacation.
Though Guilty Squid never fails to make me laugh, I read a post this week that made me giggle, guffaw, and cry with laughter. I loved it and I think you will too. Read it here: This is the story of how I thought this Hollywood writer/director/producer was proposing to me. As it turns out, I may be proposing *for* him.
Chris Jordan has captured the essence of living in the moment with these beautiful shots of summer bliss: The Camera Just Loves This Kid
Now, I’m off to feed Katie some watermelon!