Really, I do. Winter blows. Especially in North Dakota. As in the wind is always howling across the prairie, snow drifting into my driveway, truck and car both getting stuck anytime we try to leave the house. And I'll tell you right now it's a dang good thing that I love my husband so much because it's his fault I'm here. I would be living in Oregon or Washington right now if it weren't for him loving his job and wanting to be close to his family...
Ok, so really it has worked out better this way - we were able to help Cody out when he needed it, can visit with the family when we want and have built an awesome sense of community in living somewhere so... small. I actually know people who serve on the city council! I know the mayor! I know most of my neighbors, and most of the people in my neighborhood! (None of these things are meant to sound prestigious - everyone can pretty much say the same thing after living here for two weeks.)
The point is, sometimes we need to be happy with mediocrity. Sometimes good enough just is. And sometimes we need to look around us and see with open eyes the things we have been missing and taking for granted. With that being said, I hope that you go out and do something great for someone else today, and in the experience find that it was good for you too.
Friday, December 3, 2010
Thursday, December 2, 2010
|Homemade applesauce... yum!|
|Cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving|
|Dill crock - 1st attempt|
|My canning efforts this season - minimal.|