~ Capturing the context of contentment in everyday life ~
We've had rain forecasted for a few days, with no actual rain. The morning's forecast said if two storms, one from east, other from west, met up, we'd have a chance of scattered thunderstorms. Late afternoon, we watched these two storms converge over our house, and the excitement with a thunderstorm began.
|Lil feels safe in mommy's arms|
I was worried with the wind gusts about the garden, and when I checked, I had already lost the first sunflower to bloom. So, now it can brighten my kitchen window sill.
Lilly and Max were having fun imitating the thunder. Sometimes, she would feel a little scared, but sitting in big brother's confident arms, she knew she was safe.
|it warms my heart to see my oldest and youngest happy together|
finally rain - lots of rain! We've really needed it.
|my cool camera stopped these drops in mid air|
|..to water plants with rainwater that the rain didn't reach.|
The power went out.
At least we still can see to use the facilities.
see enough to pray the rosary
enough light to play and entertain the family on piano.
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