unicorns and honeybuns

Yesterday I took Moses to Sam's Club to exchange a pair of pants, and they were giving out free honey buns. I felt what I think grandmothers must feel before sneaking their grandchildren a cookie before dinner. Oh boy, oh boy! So, I unwrapped it, and waited expectantly for toddler bliss face. This was going to be GREAT!

Moses took one tiny bite and said, "Boo-yah" which seems to mean, "Don't want." He wouldn't even touch the wrapper after that.

We exchanged the pants, then we ran over to Earth Fare. Even though I can't justify spending quadruple on most hippie food, I love it there. Usually we run over a few times a month to stock up on cheap stuff... red quinoa, black French lentils, and barley.

Passing aromatherapy, I thought it would be fun to let Moses smell a bunch of the essential oils. Well, it was fun until we spilled the Essence of Medieval Stuff INTO my cell phone. Thankfully, that didn't kill the phone. However, even though I wiped and pounded the keypad into a paper towel three or four times, oil still oozes out whenever you push the numbers. Texting now squishes.

I think the right side of my face is now breaking out as a result. Also, if you call me in the next week or two, expect to be on speaker phone, because Essence of Medieval Stuff makes me a bit woozy at three inches or less.

Anyway, I'd forgotten to pack lunch and I was starving, so I grabbed a tray of brown rice, veggie sushi. On a whim, I handed a piece to Moses.

TODDLER BLISS FACE. He loved it. I had to fight him for my half. Hahaha!


'Spent about half an hour wasting time today. It was wonderful. (Should I be ashamed to admit that?)

Below is what I found. In an attempt to assuage my temptation to buy these amazing shirts, I'm posting them below. If I were going to waste money, which I'm not, these would win. Especially the unicorn.

More to write, but no time. Running to pick up kids from school...

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Welcome to our family’s adoption journey. As you read, you will see us stumble and take wrong paths. You will see our hopes surge and fall. You will see the gaps in our humanity, and how our God realigns us to His purposes over and again. We think the messiness of this process is important. Sometimes walking with God isn’t a neat, linear package that can be summarized in bullet points. More often, life ebbs and flows around our plans, while God works His sovereign wonders from it all. We are learning so much through this journey. And we are super excited about our new son. If you’d like to join us, we’d love to have you along for the ride.

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