Today I'm joining Taryn of Wooly Moss Roots in her Sunday tradition.
This week, I've been grateful for...
-Stepping outside at dawn to see that the clouds had cleared off to reveal a slender crescent moon, with Venus shining just below.
-P being able to take Tuesday (my 29th birthday!) off of work. We spent the day at home doing a bit of clean-up in the yard, but mostly relaxing and playing with the babe.
-Going out for a delicious dinner Tuesday night, of wild salmon and roasted local farm veggies.
-Someone giving us a box full of moose meat. I am so, so glad we'll be able to eat some wild meat through the winter!
-Someone else giving us cabbage, spaghetti squash and fingerling potatoes from their garden. I'm making moose-meat cabbage rolls for dinner tonight, with a side of roasted spaghetti squash!
-Aedan taking longer and longer naps, without me having to be in the bed with him. It gives me some much needed time to myself! And I'm also so grateful that we allowed him to reach this milestone at his own pace, instead of sleep-training him.
-Forest walks with golden leaves falling all around.
-Waking up to the sound of rain on the roof this morning.
-Good conversation with like-minded friends.
-All of the love I feel every day from friends and family.
-Being given such a wonderful, unexpected opportunity to embark on a homesteading journey. More and more I realize that's where we're headed...we've got the space to do it. It just feels so overwhelming at times, and although I've always had vague notions of "making a living simply living", I've never put much thought or research into what that entails. I look forward to a winter of doing lots and lots of reading and research!
-Walks to the spring to have a drink.