Here are a few of the things that made me happy:
Fresh baby carrots from our garden. They were tiny and tender and delicious in our salad.
Freshly baked bread. It has been far too long since I baked anything. But I am in full nesting mode lately and I even ground some fresh wheat flour to use in the bread. How domestic of me, no?
A whole colander full of mangoes. I got these with our Bountiful Basket on Saturday; a case for $4.00. I am a mango fiend. It is ridiculously hard to find good mangoes in Southern Utah (go figure) but so far these have not disappointed. Of course they can't compare to a mango fresh off of a tree in Miami (I die), but they will do nicely until I can afford airfare to Florida.
To finish things off, here is our makeshift water table. The kids recently went swimming at a relative's house and spent most of their time playing with a little water table. Ryker just loved it, and I thought it would be fun to get one. I looked online at different options and none of them excited me. They are mostly plastic, tacky, and expensive. This got me thinking about how it would be so fun to make our own water table. So now I've got this crazy idea in my head, and I'm drawing up plans and dreaming up features and... well. It's going to take a while before I'm actually able to