Besides, can it be true? – nobody’s that happy all the time.
And yet…that is who we are. Maybe, in the end, it is fairly unique to "Love Where You Live' -- and be content.
When we talk about what we’re doing on a Saturday, we negotiate how much time is needed in the soap shop, how much time I need to help DH (Dear Husband) to work livestock, fix fences, paint outbuildings, mow, or (horrors) clean house. Most people don’t admire our “always working, no playing” lifestyle. And I would hazard a guess that we might look at your lifestyle and think “Not for us!”
But maybe you are like us where you Love Where You Live.
I’m not just talking about where I live physically but also emotionally and spiritually. I can’t even begin to express the depths of love, the blessings that I have in my life, because my Dear Husband (DH) and my Heavenly Father are beyond AMAZING. That’s where I get kind of giddy and where the soap making comes in. When you Love Where You Live, you get extraordinary joy out of the tiniest of things.
This was one of my tiny things over the weekend hanging out on the outside of the soap shop.
My apologies to my Biology teachers for the lack of correct terminology!
Do you see what I see? Am I the only one that didn't know their "feelers" were striped, that they have fuzzy things on their "face", that their "dots" are symmetric to complement their lovely parallel lines, and that all moths aren't just ugly "moth brown"?! What a beauty! And am I the only one that can see a layered bar of soap mimicing a little nature here?? It's calling my name!
That brings us to our tagline - "Wholesome Living in a Colorful World." - For me that means healthy relationships, loving where you live and rejoicing in the little things.
Meanwhile...we're going to work really hard on working less next year!