I learned that leaving the farmers market with nothing more than a single mushroom does not mean it was a wasted trip.
I realized homegrown strawberries are sweet, but watching Hailey’s joy when she finds a newly ripe one is sweeter.
I discovered that my baby girl is learning patience as she meticulously pulled off all the pieces of the leafy green top, until only the bright red remained before popping it into her mouth.
I noted that I’m really great at growing mint.
And that I gave up on my garden too quickly. I want to try again.
I remembered it had been too long since our last date night and how nice it is to have an evening out with David.
I also learned that maybe I’m too hard on my fashion sense and maybe I can look pulled together when I try.
I confirmed that my ideal sushi selection is a roll that contains all the options in one.
I decided that Sunday afternoons are a great time to be productive, but that sometimes they are better spent soaking up the late day sun with the family.
I also realized I may still be Scrabble champion, but David is gaining ground.
Did you have any epiphanies this weekend?