Linking up with the eloquent Sarah Bessey on What is Saving Your Life Right Now?
What is saving my life right now?
Toothless, first grader smiles.
The words, “Let’s leave the wheelchair at the dock.”
Adventures are to be had.
That sand right there; in my suitcase now. Happy memories.
A sibling with a crazy sense of humour. That is worth gold.
My daughter, who must stop this nonsense of growing up so fast.
That little circle in the middle of the canoe? My 3-year-old, who bravely sat still.
Frisbee dives, blinding sun on water, splashing that works for me.
The tips of pine trees dotting the blue sky.
Laughter with grandma.
A hidden alcove.
The smell of sunscreen. (Yes, I can nearly smell the sunscreen in this photo).
Tie dye in a line.
A forest grove that probably houses fairies.
Legit magic tricks with Uncle Curtis.
Our family personalities:
Space to think, to breathe, to feel hopeful.