Wandering Thoughts

I’ve jumped back in to blog land recently. Posting, editing, paying for my domain, and thinking about what this little space is all about, what is it’s purpose. One of the main reasons I began this blog 4 years ago was  for my work as a massage therapist and doula. But my self-employment is minimal at most right now, and this blog isn’t making enough income to even cover it’s costs. Part of me hopes that will change one day, but a big part of me doesn’t really care about that (to be honest). I like coming to this space. I like sharing.

So what is this space all about? What do I hope to share with you? I guess, simply said, I hope to share life. I certainly don’t want to sell you anything. (Except maybe a doll or a hat). And I don’t want to tell you how you should live. (There’s way too much of that going on on the internet these days). But I suppose I want to share inspiration and joy, maybe sometimes even sadness or heartache. In this extremely un-human space, I want to create human-ness. Share stories, adventures, and ideas.

Anyways, those are just some of my wandering thoughts these days. Other thoughts include Montessori vs.homeschool, starting a homestead, learning to knit (or knit well I should say), and raising boys. As my husband loves to point out, my brain never stops. That’s ok, I’m used to it by now, and mostly the constant chatter amuses me. Mostly.

Oh October!

IMG_4431 IMG_4447 IMG_4451 IMG_4593 IMG_4610 IMG_4622 IMG_4631 IMG_4635 IMG_4649Oh October! Where have you gone? The lines between days have blurred and the weekends have passed one by one. So much is happening, so much. We have been in full swing house/ homestead searching. And while it’s somewhat chaotic and busy, we have also managed to squeeze in fun family time along the way. Fairs, farms, and fall scenes abound. Hubby and I celebrated 7 (or 17) years. E is loving school, coming home with books of words he can read! Baby D is 10 months old, climping stairs, babbling sounds, and charming all he meets. Life is so sweet.  Through all the chaos and running around, passing like ships in the  night, we are savoring each other and this season, and we hope you are too.