(My computer took to long so I couldn't post this last night and am posting it today)
It's late and I have Wordshop tomorrow very early in the morning, but I'm inspired. So I'm up writing this blog at a crazy late hour and I still have to read my business book, "The Compound Effect"!
I loved today. It was my own little mini-celebration of great things to come my way. I am believing in my big dreams and running with a great vision. Thank God I have Him because without Him my being would be dry and stale in other would I would fail. Huh! Love that rhyme!
Augustin was in a great mood today, which in return made me in a great mood. He went around the house smiling, laughing and blowing sweet kisses my way or at least he tried to blow them.
Some "Little Person" thinks its grand to open my drawers and time to time I find my "personal stuff" all over the floors and a piece or two makes it's way into the living room too!
For some reason that kid just loves to drag fabric and if he's not dragging it then he is wrapping it around his neck. I just don't get it!
Here were many things that fed my imagination and inspiration. All my wonderful notebooks, yummy pastries, antique shopping, beautiful sheds and a cool ad for a flea market. All these things I found in the great city of Snohomish.
I'll be going there ever so often especially when I need a little pick-me-up. If you wanna join me for some awesomeness please let me know.
(I want this in my yard!)
We also went out to a bakery and Little Guy got to sit in a real chair all my himself.
He even ate and drank like a big boy. Where did the time go?!
After all the fun and excitement (for mommy) Little Guy got to run around on the trail, but got distracted by every approaching dog. He is so fascinated by them, but will never get closer then a foot to them. It makes me laugh.
What can I say... today was just great in every single way, but the fact that I'm still not in bed!
Also just to get it out there, my images on this blog are raw and unedited, so they might always be the best as they would be if I had them retouched.
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