like to remember today.
Today, I didn't have official work. I slept in. I spent time with my dashing husband. I didn't get ready much besides pulling my hair back after my shower. I went to my mom's house and worked, worked, worked (and worked) on photos. I ate cheerios with sugar on top... something I used to do, but I don't much anymore. I worked more. I fixed my niece's hair, which was actually really fun, and I've found that the older she gets, the more I love her and can connect with her. (Not that I didn't before, but it's just... moreso.) I fixed it again when my nephew messed it up, accidentally on purpose, so she'd look good for her movie, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. I went to the a craft store and mall with my husband, mom, sister, and baby niece. She'd get tired in stores (and I did, too), so we sat on benches in the mall corridor and I tap danced while sitting with my flip flops. The look of wonder on her face at the sound was fantastic. On the way home, we got drive-thru food, and my niece drew a picture for me at my mom's house, for fixing her hair, she said. I watched both nieces do tricks while we babysat another niece, and I worked on photos. I made business cards. I felt happy and love for all my family.
It was a simple day. But I like ones like this.
A photo from a Labor Day Park City vacation.