April 6, 2010

Better Late Than Never

I've realized that one of the hardest things about blogging is keeping my posts in real-time. When I scanned a few a of my favorite blogs yesterday, all of them had already posted about their Easter weekend and had moved on to the next thing. I'm just now uploading photos and reflecting on our trip home. I also have to remember that most of the bloggers I follow don't work full time, so I won't beat myself up too much.

We had such an incredible time with friends and family this past weekend. It was the first time we brought friends from Nashville to Missouri. It was a bit surreal taking in all of the sights through their eyes, as if seeing everything for the first time. I fell in love with our home town a bit more - the slow pace, open fields and rolling hills. I feel blessed to call the Ozarks home and so thankful to have great friends to share them with.


April 6


We couldn't have asked for a better weekend.

4 comments:

  1. You live there?! In my mind, that's what heaven looks like. That's the view I get while I'm walking to my house with God. :)

    From here, it looks swell. Thanks so much for sharing.

    And please don't beat yourself up for not blogging in real time! I so love it when you post but know you're out living life when I don't hear from you. :) Your readers understand.

    This is coming from someone who blogs maybe once a month (on average) so you definitely don't need to feel bad!

    Again, thanks for sharing! Some day I will see it with my own eyeballs. :)

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  2. I agree with Bean...how fun that you're from a place with mountains and streams and woods! I am jealous, it looks beautiful!

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  3. It was magical.

    Thank you for sharing your home with us.

    Like a dream come true.

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  4. Did you go to James River on Sunday? Our paths must cross sometime!

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