So many good memories.
The last two months have been crazy good, but there have definitely been some real trials as well – especially with Sarah being hospitalized for eight days at the end of September and she’s still struggling to feel well.
We’ve been busy, but blessed to have so much fun and laughter together. This life is so precious. So very precious. I’m just so thankful each and everyday that our family, large and often off in separate directions is able to come and enjoy time together.
In 2013, after having struggled with some serious burn out and lots of stress, I made a decision to experience joy every day. I don’t let the petty stuff get me down any more. First and foremost, my priority each day is my family. Because in the end, the only thing I might regret is not loving, living, and laughing with them enough.
And setting healthy boundaries, understanding where my true priorities lay, has helped me make the choice each day to be happy, love more, and stress less.
I do wish I had made more videos over the years…. maybe I’ll go back and try to compile some of them together. But this year, 2015, has been amazing and I’m managed to capture a lot of it on video. And while home videos may not be something everyone wants to sit and watch, compiling little clips like this is fun, makes the videos more interesting – and while hearing a person’s voice on video is special, I’ve found that it’s not always necessary. What we’d rather relive is the emotions found in the video clips.
It’s the emotion, the feelings expressed, that is truly priceless.
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Homemaking is so much more than cleaning a house, cooking food, and making sure your family has clothes to wear. Homemaking is about nurturing a spirit of warmth, comfort, and love in your home.