It's that time of the week again.
Here are the snapshots that I took this week with my phone!
Last Saturday afternoon we had a surprise snow!
The two pics on the right of this collage are the same spot.
Pics taken only about 30 minutes apart.... if that..
This was one of my favorite shots of the day.
I got a lot more good ones with my "real" camera.
Check them out here.
And as the sun was setting that night I got this quick shot of the view from my front porch.
Sunday was church.
They had taken the cross from our Ash Wednesday service and set it up in the sanctuary.
What a reminder that we've named and nailed our "stuff" to the cross in preparation for Easter.
After church, we went to our favorite local Mexican place for lunch.
The last couple of times we've been there, we've been given so-papilla's for dessert.
They just bring them out.
No ordering them.
We are trying to figure out if this is a special Sunday thing
or if it's just a new thing....
either way, we like it!!
By Sunday afternoon, this is all that was left of the snow.....one poor leaning snowgirl.
On Monday night, hubs and I went out for a late Valentine's Day.
To my favorite -- The Melting Pot.
This was taken by one of the girls when we got home....
even if it is a bit fuzzy.
Tuesday, I met my sweet friend and mentor for lunch in Boone, NC for lunch.
It is always a wonderful time of love and wisdom (for me, from her)!!
Feeds my soul!
And on the way home, I stopped and got these.
They've fed my belly.
One too many times for breakfast this week.
Good thing there isn't one too close to my house!!
I took this shot right before heading off the mountain.
Beautiful mountain top views!
And yet there was an incredible sunset in the valley that night, too!
On Wednesday, I was walking back across the street from church and got this shot of the sky.
I found this on my pillow one night this week.
Always love surprises on my pillow.
Allie's fifth grade class is going to DC.
Hubs and I have struggled with the decision to let her to since we heard about it.
For various reasons.
She's only 11 being at the top.
Another big concern, though, has been cost.
The trip costs quite a lot.
Definitely, too much for us to pay for me to go with her to DC.
Matter of fact, hubs said the other day that if the school continues this trip and all 3 of our girls go to DC in fifth grade that we could take our whole family (all 6 of us) to DC for the same amount. =/
This has been the hardest decision to make, and we still aren't for sure for many reasons,
but our girl really wants to go.
She wants to go so badly that she emptied her piggy bank and left this note offering it and her birthday money on her Daddy's desk.
It's been a super busy week
Time to get back to it.
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