September lookback

“Home is the nicest word there is.” – Laura Ingalls Wilder

A new care team that truly cares

Open windows at night; hearing the soft chirp of crickets

White sheer curtains that flutter with the soft breeze

Evening walks in my quiet neighborhood

Neighborhood puppies chasing after my feet

Old-fashioned lamp posts reflecting warm light onto the curb

The noise of new furniture being constructed

Walking through Hobby Lobby for inspiration

The Whole Life

Unglued

Worship music and open highways

Having all my books on shelves

Our snug coffee counter

New songs to learn

The beautiful testimonies of those enduring loss

Personal phone calls from my new doctor

Seeing God’s goodness after asking why

Always held–John 10

Back porch bible studies with a sweet friend

Sticky note verses on non-sticky cabinets

Thankful for a place to call home

Elderly neighbors thankful for new company

Chunky blankets on flare days

Leaning out my window to catch a photo of the sunrise

A sage green duvet to match my plants

My last school book unboxing

My bunny leaping over our baby gate to hop up the steps

New notebooks and folders

Pumpkin pie spice and chocolate chips

Shadows from my diffuser dancing on the wall

Laura Ingalls Wilder quotes

*Just a note for those of you who have not heard, there will be a few changes around the blog in the coming week. Along with an updated about page, you can expect to see a change of address. The name of my blog is changing, but the content will be the same, and so will I. 🙂 If you have any questions, feel free to send me a message on my contact page.

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