She mentioned to me and I agree that the ones we love are the ones that share 'a slice of life!'
The ones that share those random or at times organised parts of their life, while knowing full well that this is not the full picture but a part of the life we live.
We have been adjusting and planning for the fact that life will change this year again with our oldest daughter going away to University, and our need to find a new place to live as well as the excitement of an upcoming wedding.
health and beauty products as well as getting back to my Christmas Catchup (which by this time is simply a memory recording for our family as we are so past Christmas.)
How wonderful is the life we have now with digital cameras and being able to take many photos and then being able to then look at them and then delete any you do not like without the cost that was involved not so very long ago in getting everything printed without knowing what was actually a great photo
Arwen definitely was 'keeping after' as is the term in our family little Trahaearn. She was his nurse for some time and bundled him up for a while on the lounge.
Rogan got this little seemingly easy puzzle for Christmas and yet it took hours of trial and error to get it right. He did not want any help and he didn't want anyone else to have a turn until he had completed it.
So now it is up for grabs and we will have to see if anyone can do it quicker.
We did not know it was going to be there but as we went shopping a couple of times during those days we managed to see the display.
Rogan was with me the first time and he was very keen for the younger children to see it, however only Corbyn and Arwen of the younger ones were able to.
I have no idea why this photo makes Corbyn look so much older but it just goes to show how handsome he will be in a few years time....just sayin!
In fact we still have the Christmas tree up. On one seems interested in taking it down and it seems like a lot of work.
It really was a very special catch and she now has it in a jar beside her bed to keep it company.
Thankfully for our little ones this little merry go round kept them entertained for the hour and a half it took to get hair cuts.
I bought them new before Christmas for $2 and they are so pretty.
Of course she loves to dance in them as the pretty angel needs to dance too.
So that is a slice of our life from the last week or so.
I really need to get to bed as we have a big planning week this week.
I would also appreciate any prayers as we search for another rental to move into. We only have until the end of February to find a new place and our own house in Tassie still has not sold. So prayers for a sale on that house would be greatly appreciated.
Blessings to you and your homes,