a sunflower sunday

yesterday was a really, really good day. i woke up with an energetic spirit and asked my husband if we could load up and go out for breakfast ... the air was crisp and cool outside and i just really wanted to soak it all up. on the way to bob evans, we stopped by a sunflower field and took some photos. i love that about humans ... anytime you see a field full of flowers, you pull over and admire. it's like an unspoken rule. you just gotta. i love seeing all of the other people walking around and taking selfies with their loved ones ... it's free love. free joy. it's a goodness that only the human race can appreciate. 

after we roamed the field, we walked over to the farmer's stand and let the kids pick out a pumpkin. wolfgang insisted on calling his pumpkin "corn." it was pretty darn cute. 

we headed to bob evans and stuffed our bellies with french toast, chocolate milk, eggs, hash browns, crispy bacon, biscuits and gravy ... you know, all of the most delicious breakfast foods. 

we got back home a little after noon and took the longest family nap we've ever taken ... it was well over three hours. oh goodness, did we need it! ...

...i don't really have a whole lot more to say about the day ... i just wanted to document it here. it will be something for me to look back on and smile about ... and i think it's important we have those things. 

p.s. i wanted to thank you all for the words of encouragement i received from my last post. you have absolutely no idea how much every comment meant to me. every word i read felt like a hug. also, thank you for just taking the time to read about my struggle. i woke up the following morning after posting it and a weight had been lifted.sincerely, thank you. 

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