Summer Life

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This, truly is the life.  Husband home, family together, not much planned… it’s actually how I envision the celestial kingdom.  Time to help others, time to do what we really want to do.  It’s not to say that we’re not busy, because we are — but each thing has its own time, and we’re enjoying each other.

Now, if both of us stayed home full time all summer it wouldn’t be as grand, of this I am aware.

But right now things really are good.  Regardless of the computer issues or the kids driving us nuts… Drew and I are actually seeing a lot of each other.  Walks, time doing work together.
Good stuff.

The stuff that many families dream of.  We may not be rich (nor will we ever be) but we’re currently quite happy.  I love summer. :)  I keep thinking I’d love it more if I was working more, but maybe I wouldn’t.  This just give us options for us to do what we need/want to do.

Sadly, that is installing windows 7 today…. and believe me, that takes TIME!

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  1. says

    I am glad that you are having a good time. Sounds like you have a good balance of enough structure to keep things moving but without suffocating you. It doesn’t feel like it should be near the end of June already. It seems like I was just feeling off guard by the end of May. (music) ‘Time keeps on slippin’ slippin’ slippin’ into the fuuuuuuuuuuuuuture.’ Good luck with Windows 7.

  2. says

    I concur. Sounds a bit like my life, except Joel keeps going out of town….

    Although, after this weekend, we have the rest of the summer to enjoy the togetherness.

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