I have a lot of random thoughts this morning so I thought it was time for a chat. Brew some tea, pour some coffee and let's settle in and catch up.
I laughed to myself yesterday, when several of you brilliantly said, "can't you just do two vases of lilacs?" Of course I can, and I will! My lilacs are full this year! Isn't it funny how we just don't think of certain things?
My grandbabies are growing up.
A BIG happening this summer is my nephew is getting married in California. My brothers' family lives in the Long Beach area, so we thought the wedding would be in that area. Instead the wedding is being held in Central California, very near to a sweet blog friends' home. I think it is very nice of my nephew and his gal to make it convenient for us to meet up! And this dear gal has opened her home to us to stay with her! She's swell! Rachel, Sarah, and I are going out for the wedding, and Emma and Vinnie are coming with Isla. We are all going to stay with this friend!
My parents will be going out early and spend a week in Monterrey celebrating their 58th wedding anniversary! I think Lindsay and Joseph might fly out too, but not sure of what their exact plans are. But it's going to be lots of fun! We are so happy to be able to celebrate my nephew and his bride!
Aren't they cute?
The business is going well. We do need to buy a truck and trailer to be able to haul water to some of the inspections. We'd like to not have to get a loan to do it, and so we are praying for God's exact provision of what we need. Will you pray with us, too? We are also praying for more inspections that Tim is not subcontracting, so that we are not so dependent on our friend's company to provide our work. This is happening, as Tim is making lots of contacts, and getting calls for his own inspections. This means we get the full fee. We'd love to see our business grow and expand!
We have 11 days left in our homeschool year! I'm excited and so are the kids! Another year almost done. When we start back in August, I'll be in my 23rd year of homeschooling and I'll have a 10th grader, a 7th grader, and Kamryn will be a 1st grader!
I guess that's all for today. Thanks for listening!