Love and self-denial for the object loved go hand-in-hand. If I profess to love a certain person, and yet will neither give my silver nor my gold to relieve his wants, nor in any way deny myself comfort or ease for his sake, such love is contemptible; it wears the name, but lacks the reality … Continue reading True Love
Author: Wild Leaf
Old blog posts…
You know that moment when you realise you didn’t click ‘publish’ on a blog post and it ended up in drafts? Yeah, that was my 2020. Needless to say, despite the craziness and distractions, there will soon be a bunch more posts on here. I’m transferring posts from my old blog- Teacups and Grace- to … Continue reading Old blog posts…
Dancing Girl's Card for daddy. Time is swift. If I could grasp its tail I would. How amazing to think that He holds our years in his hands like a drop in the ocean. Often puts things into perspective. Early september, sees us Celebrating Father's Day. My husband is a good man. and I'm learning … Continue reading September Swift
Adjusting in August
Mornings snuggles and chats between siblings. We have been loving the slow mornings, the weekend sleep ins and morning snuggles and getting to know our darling little guy. He has fit right in to our little mini-clan. We have had some ups and downs- crazy child meltdowns, sleep deprived mama yells (oh the guilt!), Mama … Continue reading Adjusting in August
Our beautiful Boy has arrived!! Despite being due in June, Our darling Son, Little Babe, arrived in July. A surprising 11 days after his due date. Considering his daddy is always on time, I'm guessing this little guy takes after Mama. We were so proud to welcome a son, despite Dancing girl's disappointment over baby … Continue reading July Surprise
A lovely snuggly June.
Our Wintry June has been a mix of beautiful mild sunny days and rainy stormy days. Our garden got some love in the early part of the month when the sun was still shining and we have weeded many beds, set up our new potato tower and relocated soil, relocated raised beds and fed lots … Continue reading A lovely snuggly June.
You May have heard of the Carrot Detective…
He get's to root of every case. Okay so I'm terrible at 'Dad jokes'. But I loved harvesting our little crop of carrots and a few new potatoes that randomly popped up. We have worked hard at some of our raised beds and these guys loved our old sandpit shells that we turned into raised … Continue reading You May have heard of the Carrot Detective…
Sound off in April
It appears April is a month we are most productive. The temps are lowering, though the days still sunny and the evenings are cooling down into lovely snuggly weather. We love the anticipation of Easter and the blessings it brings. old pots and pans and kitchen utensils make a great sound wall During our April … Continue reading Sound off in April
Time seems to just march on Solidly. I fondly call March, my birthday Month. Aren't all the best people born in March? 😉 This year was the big 40 and we enjoyed a lovely family gathering at a cafe in the swan valley. This month we have also been busy learning and gardening. So much … Continue reading Marching On
is full of grace.... Actually that is Tuesday's child. But never mind, here's a snapshot of our Fabulous February... Aside from going back to work after our summer vacation, 😦 we had lots of fun in the garden this month. My favourite flowers decided to bloom- so sunny and bright, they always make you smile … Continue reading February’s Child…