{Today's Letters}

Wednesday, June 11, 2014


Dear Tim "The Toolman Taylor," last weekend we became proud owners of a new miter saw and chicken fence. Your desire to build things with excellence inspires me! Dear MMR, since we've met you've taught me about prokaryotic organisms, ear infections, and the power of cream in your coffee. I like being your best. Dear RedEnvelope, we've received lots of gifts over the past month celebrating the birth of sweet Brave, but our new air plant is every new mama's dream when it comes to low maintenance. Thanks for keeping things simple. Dear Mr. Loerke, often when I look out the bathroom window I'll see you dancing in the garden with River. Your silliness is something I've always adored about you. Over and out.

Happy Wednesday, brave ones! What's one of your favorite gifts you've ever received?

6 comments:

Heather Counsellor said...

air plants are the best! favorite gift recently? A friend brought me snow back from up north. a Tupperware container of water with photos of her scooping snow into it. So creative and funny. :)

Papa said...

Children, grandchildren and four legged pets.

Melinda E. said...

The best gift I have ever received is the gift of love. And my love introduced me to another gift that keeps on giving....essential oils. There's nothing these oils can't fix, cure, calm, relax, release, etc. Let me know if Bravey Train isn't sleeping or better off if you and Tim are not. I've got a cure for that.

Katie said...

Best gift was my KitchenAid stand mixer or my iPad!

Val Fenton said...

That's a hard question to answer...hmmm. It's a vague one, but I think that the best gifts that I have been given are the surprise ones. IE: a kind of "hard" day yesterday and out of the blue a pal texts me the trailer to Dumb & Dumber to. She simply said "for you...". That! Was a great gift. I've been blessed with a few of those kind of surprise gifts.
Have a great weekend!

Meg - Life of Meg said...

I absolutely love my yellow kitchen aid mixer. It was like giving an artist a fresh canvas and oil pants - the possibilities were endless!

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