:: seeing piles of books, papers, laundry, and stuff that need to be dealt with.
:: remembering that the time with the boys and my man are most important.
:: planning bite size and realistic goals for each day.
:: taking time to read aloud to my boys and spend sweet time with my hubby each evening. ( I still need to plan that evening at the hot springs with him.)
:: looking forward to slow evenings of knitting and sipping tea. But for the next few weeks I will sip some tea as I do some beading of knitting and crochet stitch markers for the upcoming craft fair instead. ( I really do enjoy beading as much as knitting [o= )
With all this business of bringing in the harvest and preparing for the craft fairs will be done soon. I am thankful for this busy time b/c the Lord has blessed us with a harvest and it will be a blessing this coming winter. I remind myself it is short lived. Before I know it it will be November 20th and I will get to slow down and hibernate and teach my boys and knit tons this winter. I just want to say I am human and I do feel tired but I feel blessed with what the Lord has given. I just take one day at a time. I loved the quote that my friend Lisa gave today. It is a must to go read. I laughed and then cried because I could relate to is SO well.