Our children were amazing. It always feels great when you are out of the home, and your kidlets are so well behaved, polite and caring. It was truly a blessing, each and every day they helped out with dishes, spoke kindly and enjoyed the outdoors. We camped with some good friends - friends who have had a personal crisis of late. Our children were so observant of the differences in our families - they were perhaps humbled.
Master J and his life-long friend Master E were even excited as the two youngest to do some washing up!
If not riding their bikes, skim boarding, swimming or hiking, they would pop themselves down with a book. The feeling of being blessed can't describe how nice it felt to see my children content and happy to sit down and read.
Master J learned how to ride his bike without training wheels... then there was no stopping him. Wilson's Prom is the same place Master S conquered this skill about 5 years ago!
I had lots of time to read a
I'm not sure if this will become some loom art, or maybe I will sew it onto a cushion.
It's great to be home - and I'm glad I still have nature around me - feeling blessed.
Much Love Rach xx