Gathering Graces 6/12/2017

*The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest.  ~Thomas Moore
*Paul and I were up early, and Laurie took us to the airport to catch our 8:45 am flight back to Spokane.  It was a very uneventful flight, and Paul was back to Kellogg High School by about 10 a.m. for his last day of work.
*Molly had talked to me that morning about Sadie acting strange and doing her “honking” noises.  Sadie stayed by my side most of the day and slept, and was doing much better by evening, and back to her smiling self.
*When we arrived home, we have some new summer residents at out house.  We now have Dumblebunz the rabbit and Clark the cat residing in our home for the summer.  Over the weekend, Travis built a rabbit enclosure on our back patio where Dumblebunz will spend the summer.  Clark has settled in quite nicely with the other cats in our home.
*I spent most of the day working on my notebook I will use as I prepare food for a week in Italy during April’s retreat.  A lot of work goes into making sure to list all the ingredients needed and the timetable of each day.  It will be so fun!!
*Zoe drove Cosette to Moscow today, and they stopped at 22 different Idaho Historical sites on their way.  They had a lot of fun, and learned a lot of Idaho history on the way home.
*Zoe arrived home around 6 p.m.  Paul grilled some chicken, we ate dinner, and then we all went over to visit Mom at Kindred.  She was doing pretty good tonight, and she was glad to see Zoe, and we all had a nice visit, telling Mom about Taylor and Jacob’s wedding and our time in Meridian

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