You may have guessed, but our internet has been very difficult for the past several weeks. There are several theories as to why and I choose the one that means this will end soon and I will be back.
It’s been a full two weeks, maybe the lack of internet has spared me from spilling my soul to the whole world as my emotions have also been roller coastering on a myriad of subjects. :)
I apologize to e-mails that I haven’t responded to, e-mails come in and out at their own, indecipherable will.
Maybe it’s the ag background Jon and I have or maybe just because it’s amazing to anyone. While driving a few weeks ago, it was harvest time and fascinating to watch. Jon’s the driver but also the one in the relationship who wants a picture of everything. I feel like I have enough to manage with the kids, food, toys, books and my extremely necessary duty of being a watcher or just gasper whenever an animal, person or vehicle gets close in our path (Yes, Jon appreciates my role in this very much. Okay, he’d be fine if I didn’t do that). However, as we are driving, Jon says, “Wow, will you take a picture of that?” And I do a deep sigh and turn around for the 3,241st time and dig around behind the seat for the camera.
But he’s right, the pictures are worth it. :)
And this pictures shows the sad realities of deforestation. I have never before had such the urge to dedicate my life to planting tree seeds.