Life in a list

I'm in a bit of a lull with words right now (it'll pass), but in the meanwhile, here are a few iPhone pictures from the past week or so, and a bullet-point list of little bits of life:

  • exploring our city on Tuesdays
  • enjoying my first batch of homemade kombucha!
  • on my days off, we're trying to wake up a little bit early to get in a walk together before he starts work for the day
  • running in the heat
  • power knitting a grey shawl
  • oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, but in bars this time
  • journaling my way through the Psalms
  • date night, DeVries-style: lettuce-wrapped burgers (no bun), two orders of fries, and a vanilla shake to share


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