à moitié fou – half crazy

That is what my life has seemed like lately. Thanks to all that did the spice quiz, fun wasn’t it? I promise that comments via email are on their way, I have just not had enough hours in my day, kwim!

I feel as though I am bursting at the seams, but I will start with some things that I have done:

Journal for a swap

journal front cover

journal back cover

More bread

2nd loaves of bread

I think daylight savings time has also messed with my internal clock as I feel off kilter a bit. I have not been blown away by some of the swaps that I have received so after I finish up what I am signed up for, that is taking a definite break. Additionally, I find that I am always making for swaps and never making for myself. That ain’t good! 🙂

Hubby and I heard from our realtor, the house we put an offer on in January after much back and forth, we have all come to agreement. Thanks for your prayers and now we need to find a suitable renter for our home. We have several prospects so continued prayers are appreciated. The new place has 2 acres, so I will get to be in touch with my inner farm girl. I won’t even begin to think about packing up our home, so yes I am in denial but need to get out of it soon. 😉

All in all life is good and I won’t complain. This Sunday the Princess will celebrate 5 years since her liver transplant and while we are celebrating, we know that there is another family that is reminded of their loss. Tomorrow is not promised to any of us, so love and live today or in the words of Tim McGraw – live like you were dying. Peace!


9 thoughts on “à moitié fou – half crazy”

  1. The journal looks so cute and the bread does look yummy. Congrats on the 5 year transplant anniversary and home moving forward, God is so good!

  2. That bread does look good! I’m so jealous…2 acres…if I just had 2 acres…I could have a few chickens 🙂 I’m happy for you, and happy for your Princess.

  3. What a wonderful thing to celebrate! God has been good to you!

    2 acres sounds like a dream. I would be getting some chickens for eggs and also planting a hugs garden. Ahhh…dreaming!

  4. Kiva,

    I took a stab to see if I could contact you, googling and so-on. I finally came across this blog, and must say that I am touched by your spirit. It brings happy tears to my eyes! You have gone through so much since we last talked, but you have emerged from it all so much stronger. As I read your blog, I kind of caught up a bit on you, I admire what you have become. Please contact me, I would love to reconnect.

    Kim (Cherry) Racine

  5. Beautiful journals. Did you make them yourself? Or “just” cover them? I’d be interested in knowing how you made them if you did.

  6. I have been looking for “Pink and Say” every since I read about it on your blog. I found it tonight in a half price book store. It was the best and worst childrens book I’ve ever read. Thank you for the info.
    I also wanted to say congratulations on your daughters anniversary. So many times we take our childrens health for granted. Best wishes to you and your family and may God bless you with many more years of health.


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