There are so many blog posts taking place solely in my head of late. At times I have thought I'd already told you about the prefect Autumn sky above my mountainous home, the way looking up at deciduous trees' leaves with my lens is something I look forward to doing every year. A lot of people prefer blue, or black - but if I could, I would truly wear nothing but this trees autumn turning leaves...
We've loved, and lost... A lamb has been in our care since I posted you (in reality) last.
Her name was Lucile, and her mother was Emma (who was observed to be the most attentive mother a lamb could ever have dreamed for), her sibling, Oliver, and in short - we loved her, and she us. And even though it was only a little while that Lucile was with us in our home, we know we'll never forget her wooly loveliness. And I told the children we'd see her again, and her dainty hooves would tap along the wooden floor behind us again, in heaven.
I have also been baking bread, in all of it's quaintness!
And generally trying to make my default setting love, with a good helping of grace, instead of anxiety or fear...
I fail often. But my plan is to gradually fall less often, and have more days that see me smiling at the end of them knowing I have served my family, and pleased my Father God. In the meantime, I have so many more posts to pull out of me head and bring to you here. So, if you will stay tuned, I will too. See you soon.