tshirt dresses have been my summer staple and i can't stop wearing them. they are lightweight and cool in the summer heat and they are so easy to dress up or down. target has these babies on sale for $13 (i can't find them online) and they have a wonderful fit, especially for mommas who need a little bit more coverage and length. (note: they run pretty big, so size down.) i dressed it up with my favorite pair of nude pumps and a simple gold necklace for church.
before church, david drove me through some of his area to show me the homes he's set up. it's one of our favorite sunday traditions and i love to see the houses he works with and hear their stories. he pulled alongside one dirt road and got out of the car to put back up one of his customer's vivint signs that had fallen down and it made me really proud to have a husband who hustles so hard and with so much goodness in his heart. i've always told him that he could make a million dollars and i'd still be most proud of how honest and honorable he is.
we've decided that wednesday will be the end of our summer and ava and i are going to head back to texas. david will stay out here and work through september and the thought of leaving is so bittersweet. we will miss our daddy and miss our adventures out here in wyoming/nebraska/south dakota land. these are our adventure years and there is a lot of love and laughter that comes from these chaotic times. i know that i may hate living in a hotel room now, but i also know that i will look back on these days and they will be my most favorite memories. there are so many aspects of this crazy job that i just love...and oddly enough, some of my favorite things are the things that challenge me the most. the moving, the emotional rollercoaster, the constant grind, seeing david work so hard and be stretched so thin, the thrill of a big day and the defeat of the days he doesn't get one. this job is easily the hardest thing we've ever had to endure in our married life, but it is so rewarding and i am so thankful for it.
so wednesday's the day! and maybe we will get lucky again and be able to come back to our beloved wyoming land next summer. these wide open spaces just sing to my soul.