Our Week

A farewell walk to the river bank to say goodbye to the geese.

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Morning bowls of mixed organic cereals.

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Awaking to our first bit of snow. The girls were so excited to go and play in it.

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Sunday pizza. It seems to be a tradition these days.

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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.

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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.

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Serafina loves to play with them.

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A fairy tea party with lots of cookies.

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Lots of hugs and love between sweet sisters. Serafina loves to hug everyone.

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Queen of the almond milk tower and our yoga cats calendar. 🙂

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Taco casserole and baking walnut carob chip cookies to put in our doughboy cookie jar (I love that thing).

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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).

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A gift to myself, just because.

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Devotion and reverence. Love and Gratitude. Always.

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tiffany6

8 thoughts on “Our Week

  1. 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!

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    • 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. 🙂

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