Memoria Arts

finding the art of the everyday

So true…

I have this hanging on my inspiration board above my desk:

Oh cleaning and scrubbing will wait till tommorrow,/ But children grow up, as I’ve learned to my sorrow./ So quiet down cobwebs. Dust go to sleep./ I’m rocking my baby. Babies don’t keep.

A Pea friend had posted that in her gallery a long time back, and now I have no idea who the Pea was.  But I look at this quote daily. (and if anyone knows who posted it, please email me so I can give her proper credit).

Feeling a bit nostalgic today. Lorelei is cutting her first tooth, and she is starting to wiggle across the floor in that pseudo crawl. I just keep telling her to "stop growing"!  Ben is also tall enough to get his coat off the hanging rack. I spent most of the afternoon yesterday just playing with them: We made Lego towers, raced cars, colored, and cuddled on the couch reading train stories. Lorelei gloried in knocking down anything the boys were earnestly building, which led to lots of giggling. I wish days like yesterday happened more often!

Isaiah is finally feeling better. He was fighting a mild case of the Flu and a horrible ear infection and has been quite miserable this week. He is almost back to his ‘high velocity’ self, which means the couch arm turned launching pad will be back in business soon.

Tell me what's on your heart~

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