Last night around 10 p.m., we FINALLY had a thunderstorm roll through. My daughter and I were so excited that we went and sat on our front porch and watched the lightning. (The storm wasn't close yet, so there was no danger of getting struck by lightning!) We were both in our jammies and ready for bed, but we couldn't resist watching the wonder of nature.
I told Molly that the lightning was God putting on a firework display for us, but she didn't believe me. In fact, she gave me a very funny look, one that said, "Mom, you're weird." :-)
But it was one of those mother-daughter moments that I hope to always remember and cherish.
In other news...
Great success on the writing front! Wrote four pages (single spaced) yesterday afternoon and had a blast. Also got in my exercising and finished up the laundry. Hubby cleaned the bathroom (gasp!) so I didn't have to tackle that, thank goodness.
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