Walking into the door from a trip and Noah screaming, "MOMMY'S HOME!!!" and running in for a big hug.
Eating strawberries in New York that were grown just down the road from my parent's house in Florida.
Sitting on the couch with the fireplace going and my husband sitting next to me and deciding not to do what I should be doing, but to just enjoy the moment instead.
There was a moment at dusk where the light was the most beautiful lavender. I've been noticing that often the things that move me during the day are the color of the sky and the beauty of the natural world.
I went to Noah's school for math games today and when he saw me he ran and jumped in my arms for a hug. This was after a particularly rough morning with him, so it was extra special.
I went to a party and indulged with a single oreo truffle ball...it was so good and just enough.
I woke up in the middle of the night to hear the wind howling through the trees. I was once again amazed at how small we really are compared to God.
I took the boys to see a movie at a theater that didn't accept cards. I didn't have enough for tickets AND snack, and they didn't even complain!
I woke up with the world literally spinning and decided to spend the day on the couch. I am so thankful for a flexible schedule.
It was so cold today it literally took my breath away. I was shocked every time I went outside.
This morning I walked into the kitchen and every single drawer and cabinet was open. I asked the boys what happened, and Noah informed me that a leprechaun did it. I closed them all before I thought about taking a picture.
I got an unexpected facebook message from the father of a friend thanking me for encouraging her to get in her workouts today.
“It is more Important to be of pure intention than of perfect action.”