Today is day #17 in the the #HomemakingMinistries photo challenge which means it is time to share with you my favorite thing about fall! So for me it is 100% the colors. I just love the rich hues. I think I would decorate like this all year round if it was socially acceptable.
Today is day #16 in the the #HomemakingMinistries photo challenge which means it is time to share with you what is on my desk right now! I set books to the side that I really want to read. Then I get more books to review or someone recommends a new book... that is how this stack ALWAYS happens. I don't think this stack has ever had less than 8 books in it.
Upon marrying a military man I learned that there is a LOT to know about life as a military spouse. Mondays are my day to talk about the things I am learning, the new language, military news and current events. Sometimes I post encouraging videos, stories, and cartoons as well.
My big goal in the next couple of weeks is to assess, categorize, and organize our children's books! I really want to find a good system so I can take stock of what all we have and which subjects need more attention.
Today you are supposed to share a picture of your husband. This is an old picture from before my second son was born, but it is still one of my favorites of my husband. He can fix or build just about anything and he is teaching our boys to do the same. I love his industrious spirit and his creative solutions!
(Did you notice how William is just mesmerized by him?!)
Today is day #9 of the#HomemakingMinistries photo challenge which means it is time to show you what my kitchen looks like!
This is a terrible picture of my kitchen but it was all I could get during nap-time and it really doesn't do it justice. This kitchen is one of my favorite parts of my house.
I have to brag on my husband for just a minute.
When we PCSed to California I was super worried about having enough space in our kitchen to do the kind of ministry that we are used to.
Enter super husband who was somehow able to find a house in our price range, close to base, with enough bedrooms, a large backyard, AND a kitchen large enough to feed 30+ people. (Go ahead, ask me how I know that!)