« and it's summer | Main | Mid June Notes »

June 08, 2013



What a gorgeous post! I can very much relate. I love that you talk about the hardness that inevitably contributes to our lives and the appreciation of the loveliness.

I adore your sunflowery garden and Bea is simply beautiful. I'm so thankful that you share snippets of your life and thoughts :)


Amen. These words resonated with me this morning, Nichole. You are truly, in every way, blessed.

amanda (sweetpotatoclaire)

everything about this is beautiful. I love these photo-collage images you are putting in your posts, and my gosh your words here are just so beautifully strung together, I just want to read them over and over. I especially like your description of the 'lofty buffer zone' and the effort to collect and store away all of those treasurable moments as some inevitably slip past like raindrops down a windowsill...... ahhhhhh, sweet stuff my friend! I tried to comment on the last post but something went amiss (user error I'm sure), but I'd said something about how I wanted to be sitting with you drinking that iced coffee while we watched the girls play in the little blue pool and act like 3 and 4 year olds. On a whim I google-mapped (totally using that as a verb) from me to you and.... well.... um, it's about 1150 or so miles. give or take. so, there's that.


Thank you Rachel. I'm glad this post meant something to you! :) Thank you for taking the time to visit.


Thank you Olivia. I know you get it all! Hugs to you and your beautiful family!


Do you like the little collage bits?? I figured out a easy way to do via Ribbet. It's fun. I needed a little something different! Your comment has me blushing, though!! You don't know how hard it is to click "publish" sometimes. Actually, while I was in bed last night, I almost got up to delete it even after I'd hit "publish". Eeek...

I love that you google mapped the distance between us. One day, my friend, we ARE going sip something or another together...And our girls are going to like each other! :)


God I just ove love love the images and words, There's areal sense of nostalgia for the present in all your posts. We all need more of that in our lives.

amy jane

Your writing is so beautiful. And your sunflowers are dreamy!


Oh I so very much loved this..... xo~

The comments to this entry are closed.