I did not take a lot of pictures in my absence from the blogosphere. Which is sad and certainly a benefit of blogging - you remember to get the picture yourself. My husband, professors, father, and sister all claim to have taken pictures of my graduation, I have yet to see one so doubt remains.
|Jim & me dancing at the reception|
|Standing up for a dear friend and a union I believe in.|
I have entered Butterfly's dress into the county fair so you will get a chance to see it when I get a picture.
Next week starts my dig season. Finishing up the Vieau Site (knock on wood, cross your fingers) and working on the Garfield Farm Museum's dig on the weekends. Both as a volunteer so graduation changed nothing.
As far a working my long term plans are to stay home with my children. Butterfly starts Kindergarten this fall and Badger the following fall, when she is in school I will look for a job, but both my husband and I wanted to have it be us that gave them their start. I don't judge other families for making different choices but this was right for us.
|My garden, the girls playing around the May pole.|
|Mouse hard at play.|
|Butterfly playing with her brother...um sleeping.|
|The view from my reading couch on the back porch, more roses last week.|
|Same view, I pulled back the lace curtain so you could see the pink wisteria climbing the pink roses better.|
Life is short and it races by, I am glad to sit back and enjoy it for a while, and more committed to writing about it and taking photos to remember it with. Thank you for sharing in my world. ~ Julia