Using stickers to make a Pirate Lookout. Ahoy!
Gardening and playing in mud puddles
Playing catch inside because of so much rain. At least his arm is improving :)
Every southern woman plants crape myrtles... This one has been shooting up mighty fine.
This summer has been so weird for North Texas. Typically July is spent in sweltering heat of 110*. That doesn't even include the heat index. And rain? Well North Texans typically don't remember what rain is until about October. But God has blessed us mightily this summer with a low 90s summer and an amazing blessing of rain. Lord knows we still need more to get our lakes and rivers back up, but He is Providing. Hallelujah!
Incidentally, you may notice my blog changing. There for awhile, I considered growing my blog, and I kinda did start to. And then I realized something- I hate blogging for that. Don't get me wrong there are a handful of people I am beyond blessed to be 'friends' with now. I love those people. But the incessant need to keep up with this link up and that link up and make sure I comment on X number of blogs so said blogger and I can continue to build a 'friendship' got to be overwhelming. With a few exceptions, I just began to wonder why am I concerned more about online stuff than people I know in real life. Silly.
So now I blog when I want. And I write what I want. And if there happens to be a link up I already know about, I might do it. But if not, no big deal. I say that because if I am not really keeping up with sharing my button with you or yours with me, it's nothing personal. I just don't feel the need to blog all the time. Or if I don't comment as much as I once did, it's because I want to focus on real life. I appreciate all of you who have kept up with me. I'm still going to be blogging, and if you follow me, you will see it. But if you don't, thats ok too. I'm excited for all you who have found your niche with blogging. It's been pretty wild to see some of you grow so fast! And that's awesome. I just wanted those of you to know that I am still reading, but not as closely as before. Or at least not commenting as much. But in my heart I do adore you all :) May God use your blog in amazing ways!