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Slow Day: Week 4

Welcome to my weekly Slow Day post, inspired by Monica from The Homespun Heart. My Word for 2018 is Slow and, in the spirit of that word, I’m taking one day each week (Wednesday) off — I’ll be unplugged and offline and plan to move at a slower pace, take time to do things that refresh me, and just really focus on being present and savoring the moment.

Each Saturday, I’ll be sharing a photographic peek into my Slow Day — and I’ll let the pictures almost 100% speak for themselves, instead of giving many explanations. Enjoy a little peek into our lives!

I didn’t end up making it into real clothes before school dropoff… it seems that’s been happening more often recently! At least I got my run in!

Mornings at our house…

Ready for Discipleship Group… I met a friend for a quick breakfast before we headed to church.

(My notes for a short talk I gave this week as part of the main session.)

Jesse picked me up from Discipleship Group and we drove to downtown Nashville for a date at ETCH (we had been given a gift card three years ago in exchange for a project I helped a friend with — we finally decided it was time to use it!)

My salad was delicious!

After school snacks… Kathrynne made a mask in one of her classes so she wore it home! 😉 Also, just to clarify, that is sparkling cider. And yes, the kids like to drink their drinks in unique glasses. We have plenty of normal cups and glasses, but they usually prefer “grown-up” glasses and I just let them go for it! 🙂

Kaitlynn always has a project she’s working on!

My current reads: Daddy Long Legs and Mom Set Free.

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