-handmade shirt “By Bek” (younger me)
-Nord’s Bakery &
-Sunergos (Kenyan) Coffee
*spotted this shirt in the back of the closet this morning not knowing if it would fit T yet. Turned out perfect. I made this shirt long ago for a little brother who was crazy about cowboys and wanted a “cowboy shirt” for his birthday. Pearl snaps and all it’s a sweet thing my mom passed to me when my littles were born.
10 thoughts on “On a rainy Sunday.”
You’re boys are precious. It’s so special to see how much you love them and how much they love you. Your blog is a continuous inspiration and encouragement in my life. I too, know what it’s like to have a family member walk out of your life. It’s encouraging to see that even though your circumstances are painful, you still travel, live life, and stay strong. I’m praying for you and your boys! God Bless!
Lovely: boy, shirt, be in a cafe on a rainy day with friends.
Love being a part of your daily.
You inspire me. Truly.
What a handsome boy! Love that shirt. You sure have great style!
Rainy Sundays, especially with souls as lovely as Molly and Emily’s, are the best. Miss you, sweet friend.
I miss you!! Been thinking about you lately… Been so long since I’ve seen you around. Hope all is well!
Your little boy is too precious for words.
I’ve spent a bit of time in your city and Nords is one of the best bakeries I’ve ever been to and I am very selective about my bakeries. Reminds me of a really special person too. Thanks.
Adorable, & as a mother of a son herself, this is a great idea of something to do, when being cooped up in the house is not an option 😉
Sunergos! My husband went to school in Louisiville. We love that place! I miss it dearly.