This is the first weekend since the last weekend in October that we have NO PLANS. It’s good to be home.
It’s good to be home, snuggling on the couch with Sam at 6:15 am and reading The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick. We were still reading at 8:13 am.
It’s good to be home, surrounded by recipe magazines and books and websites, making a meal plan and a grocery list.
It’s good to be home, cooking in the kitchen with Stephanie, making snacks for movie night.
It’s good to be home, catching up with laundry, using my brand new washer and dryer.
It’s good to be home, playing dolls with Hannah, making up stories and researching facts from history.
It’s good to be home, sitting on the couch with Andy, March Madness and St. Louis Blues’ hockey on the TV, while words fill the page.
It’s good to be home, knowing tomorrow is empty too.
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