It’s safe to say there will be plenty of things we will remember from these first few months of 2020, but these are a few of the good things that I want to make sure I never forget.
*blurry phone photos and all*
The opportunity to slow down.
The extra time my husband is able to be home.
The random kisses I sneak into the office to give him throughout the day.
The long drives filled with fresh air, uninterrupted conversations, and day-dreaming about our future.
The new Saturday night tradition of sleeping on a pallet in the living room to change things up.
The opportunity to just sit through an online Sunday morning worship service together (on said pallet) because we rarely get to just be present in a service together.
The slowness of a Sunday. Our Sunday’s are normally pretty busy, and I’m finally starting to understand the phrased “easy like Sunday morning” and it’s a wonderful thing!
The night we and our closest friends caravanned to each other’s houses and hung out the windows of our cars to say hello because we missed each other.
The creative ways we have had to come up with staying connected to our friends, like yard games and late night driveway hangs.
*Croquet for the win! And David schooled us all!*
The continuous growth in my career.
The time and creative space to finally work on things in my business I have wanted to create for a months.
The business goals that the Lord has shown me to trust in Him and he will take them further than I imagined!
The extra time to put together a little porch of happy blooms that remind me of my sweet Granny every day that I water them.
The ability to book my dream US vacation to celebrate our TWO YEAR wedding anniversary!! Charleston, we’ll see you in September!!
The way date nights have changed. Take-out has never been so exciting!
The mornings we’ve spent praying together.
The growth I’ve seen in my husband as a leader in our home and his workplace. The man can’t be stopped and I’m just so proud of him!
The weirdest but sweetest Easter Sunday, complete with our own little Easter dinner for two!
The faithfulness of the Lord to provide. And provide. And keep providing. He is so gracious and good, y’all!
These days are weird, but man have they also been so sweet!