The Bethadilly Challenge: April 1 – 7

april 1: season {I’ve been missing Peru and the missionary family we worked with a lot lately, but I’m excited for the next season in my life, and I’m waiting patiently for the day we can go back for a longer period of time. I took this picture in Peru, but had to use it because… just look at that bokeh in the trees}
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april 2: next to me {we made it to Upstate New York & I sat next to George Washington. what a man}

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april 3: my morning {it was the first time we brought Milo with us. he was having a good time exploring my parents’ new house & avoiding their cat at all costs}

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april 4: pastel {it’s been so nice to see my parents finally have their own house again after renting for over four years. God blessed them ten-fold, and they have done such a great job making it their own. I especially love these curtains with pastel yellow leaves}

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april 5: eggs {I made eggs benedict with my mom. she poached the eggs, and I made the hollandaise sauce. it was perfect}

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april 6: monday {monday in legos}

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april 7: peace {I cheated and took these pictures Monday night. we went on a walk & passed by the local cemetery – it was so peaceful, and we even spotted an Eastern Bluebird!}

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