But thankfully, other than school drop-off and shopping for the necessities, I don't really have any place that I need to be this week, so I'm enjoying the comfort zone of my home.
And lucky for me, home is a pretty great place to be.
Our garden is coming along nicely. The rain might be a bit dismal for us humans, but the plants seem to be loving it...
We've already been enjoying the fruit of the land: fresh lettuce and spinach for salads and fresh cilantro for salsa.
It looks like the strawberries won't be too far behind.
A little perspective shot - this fence separates our land from the neighbours. If we hadn't had cows munching away in our pasture, our grass would be just as tall.
And when it comes to my comfort zone, this little dude is right at the centre of it.
Kids can be brutally honest (like when Micah greeted me with, "Hey Cold-Sore Face!" the other day)...
But they're also the first to look past your flaws and love you... just because.