It was another emotional week around here. I think we are all struggling with the endlessness of this pandemic and the reality of all that is being permanently changed. Our youngest daughter is a planner. She has planned out her life for several years to come and now everything is in question. Even things that are supposed to happen next week are questionable. She is learning to walk in faith and let go a bit. I do feel strongly that she will find her niche. It is just going to take time.
|This one makes life better, though.|
Standing in the sunflower field was just lovely. The sunflowers were above our heads in some places. If there hadn't been so many bees, my teens would have started a hide and seek game. You are truly never too old for hide and seek...right?
|My sunflowers are a lovely reminder that we got to have a bit of fun and "normalcy".|
They also had lots of cows and donkeys to pet. They came right up to the fence. The calves were so sweet and cute.
What a lovely outing! I can't wait for pumpkin season. We will go out to another farm when pumpkins are ready.