Family and food week.
It’s a pretty incredible blessing to be able to go to family in an emergency.
A stressful day of airports and plane rides and immigration and customs? Start it with yoga! Thankful that my mom is into taking care of her health.
Getting to see these two is a bright side of being in Arizona, unplanned. (The little’s hair kept getting in his eyes, so I made him able to see. The pre-teen was shocked by what he considered a bit of gender-bending by his little bro.)
This little dude hangs out like this all day!
It’s less “baking” cookies and more “assembling” cookies. But I just need an excuse to eat cocoa powder and butter. And some sweet treats that aren’t full of fructose.
I’m a cheater! I was so busy this night making dinner for everyone that I noticed the beautiful full-moon rising (and paused to enjoy it for a hot second), but did not fulfill the promise I made to myself that I would go grab the camera as soon as I could sneak away from the stove. Good thing the moon is full(ish) a few nights in a row!
My little sister bought a house! The fridge delivery came off without a hitch, although with the front door removed there was still less than 1/4″ (6mm) clearance on each side. And the Spanish command for “careful” is way better than the English… “Suave, suave, suave”
Grams at the rehab dining room with her oxygen, her kids, and their spouses (and a grandaughter!).
San Pedro Sula – Honduras
Tucson, Arizona – USA