A farewell walk to the river bank to say goodbye to the geese.
Morning bowls of mixed organic cereals.
Awaking to our first bit of snow. The girls were so excited to go and play in it.
Sunday pizza. It seems to be a tradition these days.
Halloween decorations are being prepared for the great Halloween party Autumn is planning. Streamers, flags, ghosts, etc. I apparently have to buy some organic candy for it.
Kesa’s block creations are too cute not to capture. She often takes the Sharpie and draws faces on each of our foam blocks. There is quite a community now.
Serafina loves to play with them.
A fairy tea party with lots of cookies.
Lots of hugs and love between sweet sisters. Serafina loves to hug everyone.
Queen of the almond milk tower and our yoga cats calendar. 🙂
Taco casserole and baking walnut carob chip cookies to put in our doughboy cookie jar (I love that thing).
An “I Love You Card” and a sweet little gift and note. (Autumn found my camera’s lens cap that has been missing for weeks).
A gift to myself, just because.
Devotion and reverence. Love and Gratitude. Always.
A beautiful week. Hope your weekend is just as beautiful xo
You too Kim! 🙂
I admire you so much
Thank you for your kind words Adriana! 🙂
Lovely memories! We used to mix our cereal when we were kids as well. That’s quite a stack of almond milk, yum! Sister hugs are so sweet :). And so is a full cookie jar, yum! I bet it’ll be empty soon!
We can never decide which cereal to buy/eat, so we buy many kinds and mix them to create variety and excitement. 🙂 We stock up on the almond milk so that we never run short. It is something that is very expensive in our town (around $5.97 for a regular carton) whereas a case of 6 (946 ml) costs $9.96 in the city. We go through a lot when each of us eats cereal twice a day and I use it for baking and cooking too. The girls love having cookies in the cookie jar. It is such fun! The doughboy also giggles when you take his head off. 🙂
Love, love, love!!! Thank you for sharing your beautiful family and memories with us!
Thank you Gina.