What I’m Loving (2)

I thought it was time to do another list of things I’m loving right now. You can read my first list here.

♥ my husband

using my clothesline

♥ cottage berry whip (a THM treat) ♥

sleepy baby in the sling

♥ going to the library ♥

reading my daughter’s blogs

♥ summer walks ♥

new books to read

♥ re-reading old books ♥

my little guy’s hair cut

♥  necklace from my daughters ♥

cloth diapers

♥ hope for tomorrow ♥

watching my children develop their talents

♥ my silly baby’s fake laugh ♥

playing my piano now that it’s fixed

♥ pictures from my new camera ♥

my little girls having silly Skype talks with their cousins

♥ watching my husband officiate a wedding ♥

discussing books with my teenagers

♥ no school ♥

playing in the park

♥ sewing, sewing, sewing ♥

rain and coziness

♥ quiet morning Bible readings ♥

Healthy Simplicity

Your turn. What are you loving?

Jennifer Schonhaar

Jennifer Schonhaar

Jennifer is the happily married wife of a pastor and the somewhat-tired-but-oh-so happy mum to eight beautiful children. She loves to try new healthy recipes, sew, read to her children, garden and play the piano.
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  1. Joy Daggett

    My husband
    My children’s smiles and laughter
    Watching them discover new things
    Having my driver’s license (as silly as that seems)
    Re-reading the Anne books
    Summers warm breezes
    Playing video games with my husband, lol
    Our new zoo pass
    Making new friends
    Growing in grace

    • JenSchon

      hard to imagine you behind the wheel of a car
      yeah for the zoo and Anne books – Eva-Joy has finally discovered and enjoyed them (thanks to an American friend which I find ironic).

  2. Julie Geoffrion

    my list would take so long to type and I’ve only had two cups of coffee haha 😉
    I AM enjoying this summer all the books I’m getting to read and all the purging we have been doing in the house (yep, I said it although a week ago I was in tears with all the moves and purging). It feels sooooo good to purge.
    Love my family and my BFF-Pierre who has not turned on me ever – loves unconditionally!!!
    Love the new way of eating we have and love that I finally got Em to admit that my skinny chocolate isn’t “that bad” (progress to a healthier MIMI).
    Love that Pierre and I (MOST IMPORTANT in my books) are on the same page spiritually that every time the doors are open we are in church and we want to be IN a church that is united and protective of the assembly. That we want our children serving and sitting with us and that we start EVERY day with family devotions.
    Love that my son has grown into a strong young man and although I’m not “in love” with him leaving our home for good – I’m proud and in love with the boy he has become and the path God is taking him. God will continue to mature him and mold him in this new path.
    K, that is on 2 cups of coffee – ask me when I’ve had 4 hahaha and I’ll share more 🙂

    • JenSchon

      Purging is so freeing. I’m constantly amazed at how much I get rid of and how much I still find to get rid of. A family who prays together is the best. 🙂

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