~ Cutting flowers to enjoy indoors.
~Thrifted blankets and table cloths.
~Eating outside for most meals.
~ Learning how to freeze our fresh foods for use this winter. (So far: strawberries, broccoli, and pesto).
~ Watching the kids dance to music they love.
~ Dirty children. And getting them clean again.
~ Evening walks.
~Squealing, jumping, laughing children as they try (and usually succeed) to catch fireflies.
~ Composting. Surprisingly very satisfying.
~ Growing food, even if it’s just a mini-mini-mini container garden of basil, mint, and cherry tomatoes.
~ Painting old furniture to make it “new” and “ours”.
~ Open windows.
~ Making bread and pizza dough out of habit.
~ Spending the morning in the woods with friends.
~ Garage sales.
~ Reading some of the same books that I loved as a child with my own children, only now they are reading to me.
~ Making my own “Life List”.
~ Morning routine of watering plants and flowers. Usually in p.j.’s.
~ Thinking about the kinds of things I want to learn to sew. (So far: blankets, sundresses, skirts, curtains, and pillows/chair cushions.)
~ Holding smooshy babies and becoming more clear in my heart and mind about Possible Future Fourth Green Baby.
~ Sun tea.
What did I miss?