Rare moments are times you want to hold on in the future that will make you smile.
This weekend was packed full of them. From a beautiful fall and hunting themed wedding to the successful first hunt of our oldest, we had loads of great memories.
Saturday, I dressed up (as the picture shows) and we celebrated one of our favorite people's wedding. The bride was beautiful, the gathering was great, and the memories will last forever, even if most of the men wanted to be hunting.
Sunday, the warden (husband) took the oldest out for his first hunt. He's gone before, first time was when he was four and was with me, but he's been raised around bringing in our own food for the year. He's respectful and took his time to make his shot count. I won't share the pictures I'm so proudly sharing to family because I know not everyone agrees with our lifestyle. I believe in each their own and we are all entitled to our own opinions. That being said, I'm very proud of his clear, ethical hunt. First of so many more to come.
Today, I begin working on the third Heartstrings book, Malayeka. Like the other two, I'm hoping my humor comes through clearly for readers.
That's all for me today. I'm going to continue enjoying the memories of my weekend's rare moments and embrace the week for a crazy football schedule and writing.