The month of rubies flew by. I know July's birthstone is a ruby because it's my birth month.
But I didn't realize it's the most valuable gem, and represents love, health and wisdom.
Hmmm . . .
July flew by, as all months seem to do. Since we were on three continents this month
(though that's debatable since Istanbul is in both Asia and Europe),
we spent some time recovering from jet lag.
Highlights included: our last day in Istanbul and then a few days in Munich;
grateful to be back in the USA for Independence Day; witnessing Little One's first
tubing experience; a rather unique book club with the author at a peach stand;
a quick day at the beach; all the while enjoying exceptionally gorgeous crepe myrtles;
a craft day with Little One, and loving our garden produce.
And grateful for it all.
Now I wish August could/might/would be slower!Connecting to Mosaic Monday for the last time … Thank you Mary.