June 09, 2007

Musings of the day~

I realized that it has been a few days since I last posted. It has been a busy week here at the homestead. Projects still being done, for I do not believe that they ever end, something always needs to be done and attended to!

Hubby is gone taking a crane certification test this morning. Dear Son#1 just walked in the door with our grandson Nicholas for a quick visit, and I'm just getting a little breakfast of coffee, toasted squaw bread, and Greek yogurt drizzled with honey and granola...yummy stuff indeed!

Today promises to be yet another busy day, as I feel I need to help Hubby with the application of the faux stone on the new wall he has built. He doesn't know this yet, but will ask if he needs my help, as the process may go much faster if he has another set of hands helping him, "two are better than one" as the Bible says!

Dear Son #2 is working today, and Dear Daughter is in another town staying with a friend, as she had orientation last night for a course she will be taking this summer. She will transfer over to CAL STATE this Fall, we are all very excited for her!

Perhaps this evening Hubby and I can sit out on the patio with a fire in the old stove, and relax with the sounds of a late Spring evening, have a light supper and enjoy each others' company!

I am sending you warm wishes for a peaceful weekend with your family at your Homestead!


"When we're at low ebb, sometimes just to see the goodness radiating from another can be all we need in order to rediscover it in ourselves."
~Kathleen Norris~ "Cloister Walk"


Sharon Kay said...

I always look forward to your blessings and your beautiful pictures. Glad you had a good week and blessing and hugs to you.

Kelli said...

Mindy, I always enjoy seeing pictures of your beautiful home and gardens. I love the asparagus fern in the wagon! Have a wonderful weekend!

Farmgirl Cyn said...

Blessings right back at ya, Mindy! We are in the eye of the storm right now. Lots going on around us, and things will be exploding any day now, but we must keep our eyes upon Him.

Farmgirl Cyn said...

It is seldom that we have a "peaceful" anything, but we try! Too much going on, and not enough time to get done what needs to get done. We must always fall back on the "peace that passes all understanding."

Laurie Anna said...

I really enjoyed this post about your family. Your pics are great too, I love the old wagon with plants in it!

Great page - thanks so much for sharing! I'll be a frequent visitor!


Mrs. E said...

I stumbled upon your blog and have been enjoying many of your posts. Will visit again soon :)

Donna said...

Enjoyed the charm of your garden photos.

Tracy said...

Enjoy your weekend, Mindy!