We had a few more ups and downs this week, reminding me how important spending time with family really is, holding my babies extra tight, and telling them how much we love them every chance we get.
One thing that doesn't seem to hurt my wrist is cutting little charm squares for my charm hexies with my handy spring-loaded scissors. I have been enjoying revisiting my fabric stash and seeing the rainbow of colour come together.
Oh, the simple things that make everything else bearable.
I am grateful that I ended another great teaching year, making this the beginning of my summer vacation, Jippie! I am also grateful that my Beloved and MIL are helping me out with the boys so I can go be with my sister in Holland when she has her second baby in the next few weeks.
This means that I am getting loads of Klosjes and Hexies prepared to take along with me. Looking at the "Bright side of Life"!
Appropriately enough I got this poem in my inbox this morning.
My uncle wrote this as part of presentation he was doing at a Senior Centre:
Little bird in the sky
Dropping white stuff in your eye
You don’t worry, you don’t cry
Just thank God that
Cows don’t fly!