I’m currently sitting in a tiny eye of calm in a storm otherwise known as *house guests*.
May has been a crazy month and I won’t be sailing into smoother waters until sometime around mid-June. The end result is that I’ve been absent from the WordPress community since the end of April.
I’ve only been able to pop in sporadically to say hello on brief and rare occasions. If I haven’t visited you lately, please don’t be offended. I miss you all.
Through all the mad dash to prepare for my Dutch cousins to arrive for their first visit to Canada, I’ve had eye surgery – again – (more on that some other time), got very sick, still crawling my way back to wellness again, and dealing with yet another broken appliance.
What could strike terror in the heart of a hostess like losing her dishwasher?!
I guess this is a long way of saying that I don’t have much in the way of photos to show for this topsy-turvy month. I even managed to forget both my camera and my phone on virtually every outing I’ve taken my cousins in the past week.
So my Changing Seasons entry this month is a single photograph which I hope captures the spirit of May in my world.
My younger sister and I had spent the past several months planning a family reunion to celebrate our cousin’s visit. At this reunion, they were able to meet most of the family for the first time.
My sister graciously opened her home to our 40+ guests and we were (thankfully!) blessed with beautiful weather.
… and now, while my cousins are currently up north visiting with my brothers, I’m attempting to wrestle my life back under control before they return again on the weekend.
I hope your May has been full of sunshine and good company!
Changing Seasons is monthly photo challenge hosted by Cardinal Guzman.