Go here. Go there. Do this. Do that. Drive this one to camp for a week. Teach this one to drive. Tend the garden. Mow the grass. Walk the dogs. Tend to the injured cat. Do laundry. Always so much laundry. Fill the hummingbird feeders. Water the plants. Shuttle them to practice. Make another batch of soap. Determine amount of supplies to order to make just enough soap to keep Old Red Barn Co. going only through the remainder of the year. Consult accountant on closing the business? Schedule oral surgery for the oldest. Grocery shop. These people always want to eat. Sheesh! Stand in front of my sewing machine wishing for the time to sit and use it. Pull weeds. Make another batch of raspberry jam. Strum fingers on countertop as I anxiously wait for the blackberries to ripen.
|Beautiful photography in the new book by Amy Gibson called For Keeps.|
I try to ride the wave of life. I'm swimming hard right now and if I don't slow down that wave will crash up over my head and leave me tumbling aimlessly in the undertow.
|I've only thumbed through this book and already know it's a keeper!|
Hope summer is treating you well!