Sometimes some of the greatest moments are captured without us even knowing it. Some moments pass and we wish we had something to remind us of that day or that moment. Even something that doesnt seem as important as a birthday or Christmas . What about the first day your kids go on a boat ever, and the same day your kids meet the man who is making their mom happy?
Everytime I see this image I think of how #grateful I am to have it. And #thoughtful it was to think of taking an image of this moment. To me these random moments and random pictures are more important than anything. Makes me think that not only did I feel this was an amazing moment but, someone also thought it would be important to me to have a memory of this
My dear senior golden Eetu got a new friend🐾🐾😍 Hey folks, meet Hertta, 10 weeks old german shepherd girl🐾🐾❤️, Nokia city, Finland, December 2018
The morning started out with thick dense fog, and turned into this lovely happy sunshine. ☀️ In other news, I’m trying to decide on an area rug for under our table. This is the 6th (or is it the 7th?) rug I’ve ordered, and the 3rd to actually make it to our house before I changed my mind and canceled. 😂 I’m not sure if this one is staying yet or not...I have rug commitment issues apparently. 🙈 What I reeeeally want is an antique Persian that doesn’t break the bank. That’s not asking for too much, right? 😏 I’ve been scouting ebay so we’ll see what happens. Wish me luck! Haha
Our dining table is covered in pine cones and other Christmas paraphernalia. It's a wonderful mess! 😁
For breakfast I eat porridge nearly every day every season. It sometimes gets a bad reputation for being boring but it is nutritious, cheap, low waste and delicious! The oats are a slow release carb so you can go from breakfast to lunch without getting the urge for a snack. You can also load the porridge with every seed and nut that you can get your hands on. I was able to get most toppings in bulk but if you can't an easy topping is banana and nut butter.
Any porridge fans out there or is it just an Irish thing?