Sunday, March 29, 2015

73/365 ~ outside the window

We stayed at my brother and sister-in-laws's house while in Newfoundland. Right outside their dining room window is a gathering place for sweet little birds. They come to munch on seed in the bird feeders and I adored watching them.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

72/365 ~ going "Home"

We flew "home" to Newfoundland for March Break. It certainly wasn't a warm destination, but it was a destination filled to the brim with warmth. 

We decided to surprise my mom, and we did indeed surprise her. I thought about having my camera ready to capture her reaction when she saw us, but I decided it was a moment I wanted to experience completely with my heart, I didn't want the camera to filter a single moment. It was a good choice. 

The picture below is one of only a couple pictures taken that day, but my heart overflows with memories of seeing my mom's face when she realized we were standing there before her. 



Friday, March 27, 2015

71/365 ~ collecting

She likes to collect sweatshirts from different Universities. This one is from the University, her father, and I attended. A gift from her grandparents.

Is it me or does this picture look like a school picture?

Thursday, March 26, 2015

70/365 ~ snack time

Sitting around the table after school having a snack and catching up on our day equals a happy mom. The new delicious and healthy fruit dip I tried makes me pretty happy, too. In case you would like to give it a try ...

Chocolate Yogurt Dip
1/3 cup plain yogurt
3 tbsp of cocoa
3 tbsp of maple syrup ( I used less)
1/2 tsp of vanilla

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

69/365 ~ spring is in the air

The temperature leaned a little above zero, so we had to spend a few minutes on the back deck letting the warm(ish) sun kiss our skin (and fur). Perhaps spring will arrive soon!

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

68/365 - hanging out

Nothing fancy just an ordinary evening hanging out watching "Friends" with my girl.



Monday, March 23, 2015

67/365 ~ art by candle light

Quiet music, candles, paper and pencils were just what our souls needed. It was a fun evening with my littlest girl!