|The are not our honey crisp apples, just some apples on the campus where I work (and I think they might be poisonous!) Just wanted to clarify for anyone who might worry :)|
Eating: Our very own honey crisp apples straight off our tree! So exciting, and SOOO delicious. Go plant yourself an apple tree (they are on sale for $19.99 at our local tractor supply right now) and then next year marvel at the fact that you can go walk into your backyard and pick yourself a snack!
Loving: that the bugs aren't devouring me this month.
Enjoying: time with my family and the fact that whenever we come over they happen to have plenty of food to feed us, too. I suppose we could feed people if they showed up to our house unexpectedly, but it would probably be a very random meal because we are so used to cooking just for the two of us that we hardly every have a "family size" portion of anything. Which brings me to...
Asking: ok mamas and papas of kids, I want to know what to expect with our grocery bill when we add a little eating machine to our family. I have this naive theory that because we usually have a little left over from each dinner, that our grocery bill won't be that affected, since there might be enough every night for another little person. HOWEVER, there are snacks, and juice boxes, and breakfasts, and lunches, and snacks... help a woman out... What should I plan for? A big increase? A small increase? A slowly and ever-rising increase?
Not sure about: fall. I love it and I hate it. The tall boots are out, the leather jacket is out, I have embraced warm tones of golden orange, however it is cold in the morning, which reminds me of winter, which makes me cringe just a little. Not sure I'm ready for it, to be honest.
Thankful for: answered prayers. You can read my Mom's story here.
Happy Monday everyone! :)