All that I have Sown {Week 4}

“When my life is done I pray the kingdom come and take me to glory.
And it’s living inside me, it was planted like a seed,
Born to tell the story
Of all that I have sown.”
Bebo Norman, All That I Have Sown

  • Afternoon tea with Hudson. “I love tea with you, mommy.”
  • A sister who helps me regain perspective; who listens when I cry and has always, always supported me wholeheartedly.
  • A visit from mom to our apartment!
  • Cool breeze, warm sun
  • Baby boy learning to reach and grasp, pulling objects to his mouth
  • Abby almost two; she is a gift.
  • Dimples and bright eyes.
  • The words, “Nope.” Abby’s standard. 🙂
  • New phrase, “Oh yeah!”
  • Life, breath, and a healthy body that functions. Thank you, Lord.
  • Downton Abbey, season 2!
  • Evenings with my man. No studying around these parts.
  • Friends
  • Afternoon out with friends to see a movie. Thank you, honey.
  • Finally over a bad *I think*
  • Little shape drawn on a preschool notebook
  • “Homework” time with my boy
  • Him learning so much I catch my breath. How does he know that?
  • Hudson always asking how things work, telling me about outer space.
  • “I want to go into space, mommy. But I don’t want to wear that suit.” (He thinks it looks scary.)
  • Making dinner from scratch and what’s in the fridge. I love the creativity.
  • Fresh food in fridge
  • Roasted carrots
  • A beautiful chicken
  • Biting into a crisp apple.
  • A place for the kids to play
  • Hudson’s rhyme after a dream, “Bing, band, crash, the oil well went crash!”
  • Him asking to do more workbook pages. This is not as hard as I thought it would be. 
  • Stryder and his sweetness
  • Such an easy baby
  • Making new friends
  • Talking with old friends
  • Getting to know my girly better every day
  • A sweet afternoon with her while the baby sleeps and the other boys are at a Superbowl party
  • Embracing afternoons with my boy while the babies sleep
  • Laughing with Brian
  • Looking back at all we’ve done in the past 5 1/2 years
  • Feeling established in us
  • Times of refreshing that come from the Lord
  • Reading God’s word with new eyes
  • The way the sunlight shines through the trees in our grassy area
  • One perfect day
  • Park with kids
  • They learning to climb; my heart skips a beat, but they are safe with sure feet and daddy underneath
  • The way he loves to be a daddy
  • Little boy in big arms
  • Work that keeps my hands busy
  • So much encouragement from friends, readers and family
  • This blog
  • Looking forward to another week
  • Loving life
  • Thank you for all this beauty, Lord