One of the reasons I wanted to move out closer to the country was to give my kids this. They played and played and played some more out in the backyard under the shade of a tree. It was glorious and life-giving. I pray that we all find experiences that bring excitement and joy back to our bones like this little mud puddle did for my kiddos in the dead of Summer.
Monday, July 29, 2019
Summer Chronicles: The Joy of Mud
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