Yep. This is the sidewalk we walk to get to and from the cars. . . The neighbors must hate us. Just another joy of owning a house. . . Don't you just love these little helicopters?
Thank you Stacey for sharing this. I have been wanting a new book to read and Stacey had mentioned one her instagram. I looked it (7 by Jen Hatmaker) up and already soaked into the little summary. I read a few paragraphs to B and he totally wanted to read it after I complete it. This book inspires me to not want to fall into that path. The things we have is enough. They are the things we need to survive. It just seems as if some people don't appreciate the simple things in life anymore. . . what people have been surviving on for hundreds of years before the fancy cell phones came out. Sometimes, I think some of us take life for granted.
This is what time is was when I took this picture then headed outside to eat dinner with B. We walked back into the house and the power was off, it must have been about 8:20pm. We then headed out for a walk and a good chunk of the neighbors had their power out. It wasn't even raining! It was beautiful out!! (Luckily). The power came back around 9ish. Time, what did we do with it when internet, cable, technology wasn't around???
Not to mention, I love this clock!! When you plug it in, it automatically sets the current time for you. The settings on this thing is so cool, too!
4. Close Up
We didn't know what time the power went out because he was cooking this and I was reading. Take a good look at that! We love eating steak!
5. With Mirror
Love this view, not so much with me in the mirror though, but it's so cute. Can't wait to share what's on the dresser. That's for another post. Love my new little mirror.
Excited for next week's hunt! Hope I get on it sooner, but it's funny how things work out well even if it's last minute! :o)
Have a great week friends! :)