Today I’m going to share a few photos and some encouragement as well. Being Sunday I’ve been fair bursting out of my skin with the Joy of the Lord! I don’t quite know how to explain it - so I won’t even try. I’ll let this sweet video take care of just how I feel when I get close to my God!
What have I been up to this week?
Well, my sweet Mr. took me out on two fun dates this week. The first was a bike ride. Osoyoos has a great trails system but we do mostly walking on them. We chose instead to bike some of the streets, he was the leader and I just happily trailed along behind.
We rode up onto the hills where the golf course is and the conditions were perfect to get a view of Hayne’s Point - the strip of foliage laying out in the water? Hayne’s Point is a provincial park, absolutely lovely and super busy so you should make reservations if you hope to stay here.
And then we pedalled alllllll the way over to the far side of the lake and enjoyed the silky sand at the new pubic Rotary park (not a campsite) Such a lovely day with the sunshine beaming on us. Our weather has been up and down and all over the place from hot sun to thunderstorms with rain. Keeps things exciting.
The second date? It was to garage sales and out to Dim Sum this Saturday.
I want to make a little shout-out to Betty Dish who’s blog and twitter I’ve been following and enjoying lately and who recently hosted a contest/giveaway thing sponsored by Booster Juice and I won… well everybody won something and I’m pretty excited about that. haha! Betty Dish likes to blog about food and food being good for us. Why don’t you check her out HERE? (and thanks Betty!)
I’ve also been making a few cards, just some sillies using up some Stickers I bought a while ago on sale:
Just silly cards like these. I used a real non-electric typewriter for the sentiment on each. These are available at Indie Lulu Living on Main Street!
And I wandered around in the flower patch yesterday and I’ll share some of the beauty with YOU. (and yes, I did lay on the ground a lot to get some of these) I’ll call this group “Poppy Love”