This may be a random post, but I have a lot to catch up on from this week, so here goes.
Day 10: Sunrise/Sunset.
Well, I could have gotten the sunrise this morning, I was up early enough and out on a run with Bekkett, but I forgot to look at what the photo would be today, so I missed it. But, I did get the sunset tonight and it was beautiful.
I was out on a walk (more like letting him go to the bathroom outside our door) after Bekkett went to bed. I was so glad I captured this one.
This week has been cause for a lot of reflection. On Monday, it was the year anniversary of my sweet grandpa passing away.
This isn’t the best picture of him, but I can’t find my favorite of him(on the computer) of our wedding day. Grandpa fought Parkinson’s disease for about 10 years. He was such a valiant and strong man. He loved his family, he loved the gospel, and he loved America. He was so proud to be an American. I miss hearing his voice and his stories of how we should be grateful to live in this land. He was strong in the church and endured well, to the end. I love him so much and hope to become HALF the person that he was. I sure miss you Grandpa Marble.
Then, DownEast needed some help at their mall store this week, so I went back to work. It has been really weird and I now know why we decided to have me stay home. The more I have worked this week, the more I have missed my little guy, and the more I have realized that we made the right decision for me to stay home after I had Bekkett. We didn’t know if we would be able to make it, monetarily. It has been hard, and many times I didn’t know if we were going to make it until PayDay. But, the weeks always went by, PayDay came and we were always fine. A quote by President Hinckley, “The three most important words: Pay Your Tithing.” This has truly been the only way we have been able to make it. And Ia m so grateful for the blessings that he shines down on us. I recognize His hand in our life and know that we are watched over.
A cute story today about Bekkett…he had been playing around and I was doing some things on the Internet(either posting on Facebook, as my social media job for PieDump/-TL Steakhouse or Norwex stuff), and I hear silence in the kitchen. I went to see what was up. This is what I found.
The little turkey loves to play by my plants and he had ripped apart the head of a whole daisy. He is so pleased with himself, as you can see by his smile! He has already broken off a barely budding head off of my yellow daisy plant, broken off more than half of a stick of flowers(for lack of better explanation) from my Sun Star plant, and now this. Such a cute boy, I can’t be mad.
Well, I guess that is all for now, seeing as how this is the most random post ever. At least it is recorded, right?