Daily Diary – June 28 2011

I am feeling grouchy at this moment so I will do this quickly. I have been working on improving my handwriting so I practice and practice in all sizes.

I love how my boys sit together sometimes, each doing his own thing but sitting next to each other. I love that.

I also love the “please take the photo already” smile David gives me lately. It makes me smile.

What I love the most is when they play together. Roaring like dinosaurs.

And stopping to give mommy a big smile.

And laughing at his brother.

Who can do a mighty scary roar.

I love taking these photos. Looking at them when I am grouchy is even better. Nothing went wrong today. Just a few small things. Like I have some scrappy stuff I have to do but I am not in the mood and deadlines always worry me. Like how I don’t like my sketch or art journal page from today. Like how it’s raining and I can’t go on my walk. Like how I am feeling tired and hungry. All of which are really nothing and there are happy sides to all the coins too. So I am going to let it all go. I will do some reading tonight. Some journaling. And a lot of resting. Tomorrow, I will get up, scrap, be thankful and start another day. Thankful for another day.

Three Things I’m Grateful For:
1. I am grateful that Jake came home and played with the kids so much while I had my meeting. It was so nice to hear them giggling upstairs.
2. I am grateful that handwriting practice is paying off, super-slowly but nonetheless.
3. I am grateful that I have some more homework for both my classes. They are keeping me busy but happy.

Three Things David’s Grateful For:
1. I am grateful that Daddy’s back. {* his pick for the journal}
2. I am grateful that I did subtraction Khan Academy with Daddy.
3. I am grateful that Daddy pushed me around in the laundry basket with Nathaniel.

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