Like that clementine crate. And the circle window of our pantry (with frosted glass spray paint).
And this fruit basket.
And this sign I hung in my kitchen.
This includes doing the least amount of work possible on Sundays, especially not running errands. We eat yummy, wholesome, special meals- food we wouldn't necessarily have time or calories for during the week. And we try to do as much of our food prep as possible on Saturday. The main thing we try to focus on is rest. Not feeling bad about napping every time Charlotte does, or kicking back on the couch and reading a book all day- because God thinks all of that is important.
Recently Kyle and I were in charge of coffee hour at church and I made this sour cream coffee cake (one of Chuck's specialties). Jane always put the frosting on and the few times I had ever tried at camp, I always ruined it. I finally got it right and had to take a picture of it.
One of our Sabbath breakfasts includes a few different variations of Rachael Ray's "Fluffy Pancakes, 10 Ways." These are carrot cake pancakes. Delicious!
A heap of pancakes!
And here are oatmeal raisin pancakes. Also delicious!
Last Sunday morning while we were lounging on the couch and talking I noticed the steam from Kyle's coffee catching the sunlight coming through our living room window. I think I took about 25 pictures trying to capture it on our camera. But that's the kind of thing you can do on the Sabbath. There's time to notice small, little, beautiful things.