Hello there! I'm back among blogging land. It has been the strangest month ever and going back to school is still a month away. I miss teaching my science kids and all of my routines that keep me moving.
Just two weeks ago we were camping! We had all three grand kids with us for the weekend and then just Aylah for two extra nights. Who knows when we'll get to go camping again! Everything, including campgrounds and fishing, is closed until the end of April.
Spring break is next week - last year at this time we were in Hawaii! It'll be major spring cleaning here - when the weather gets nice, we are totally gutting our garage of all of its treasures and re-organizing.
Here's some pictures of our last camping trip....
Sunset at the Potholes Reservoir with Mt Rainier showing its top!
David and the kids looking out across Soda Lake, part of the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge.
Sweet Aylah, 3 1/2 years old, with her binoculars
Ready for bed on the couch
Snack time and a movie
beach time at Potholes State Park
Opa and Aylah at Frenchmen Creek
Sunrise at Potholes State Park
Enjoy this song today - it was what I needed to hear last night when I was struggling. Yesterday was my 19th year of MS diagnosis and I had my yearly MRI done. With all that's going on in the world with this virus and being home, I got a little overwhelmed to say the least. Here's a few lines from this song..."As I walk now through the valley, Let your love rise above every fear. Like the sun shaping the shadow, In my weakness your glory appears."