Two days later, but I'm still thinking about Father's Day. I thought throwing out a few photos from our day would be a nice little entry. When I looked back at the photos, I again found sufficiency in the simplicity.
A day to honor dad and husband. A day to just do what they want to do.
Our original plans for a picnic lunch at a park with my dad (my mom had to work over the weekend) had to be changed due to more rain. Instead I served up lovin' in the form of breakfast at my dining room table.
Then we pretty much just hung out and spent time enjoying. Reed went for a bike ride with the big kids in the afternoon and I visited with dad while the girls napped.
Later in the afternoon after dad headed home, we spent time with Reed's dad and mom.
Our Father's Day came to a close with an indoor picnic supper. We figured since we missed out earlier in the day and it was still too wet outdoors, we'd still celebrate indoors.
At the end of the day, dads were honored and loved, our bellies and our hearts were full.
I believe that's the measure of a very good day and Reed felt just the same.