Slow start this morning.
Slept in until 8. Unusual for me.
Now on my second cup of coffee.
Cloudy skies, cold and damp outside.
My dog is sleeping by the fire.
This could be a dreary day.
I can’t give in.
Turn on lights,
Tune into some happy, upbeat music.
Do little household projects to get moving.
Dust and water inside plants.
Text my sons.
Text my friends.
Send a thank you note to the emergency clinic staff who saved my dog’s life.
Send a thank you note to my two new doctors who are taking excellent care of me.
Play with my dog.
Gather my art materials and create a masterpiece. 🙂
Wow! So many ways to feel happy, connected and creative.
It’s amazing— just writing this post energized me.
Happy day to my blogging buddies! What are you doing today?
In my not so crazy but wanting to be sophisticated youth, my friends and I drank Mateus for special occasions,
Now we go to wine tastings and have refined palettes.
Or, so we like to think!
Delicious, nutritious and easy to prepare!
Before and after.
These will be eaten in less than two days!
This brought a smile!
Takes my mind off other “shots” such as covid vaccines, boosters, flu shots…
My doctor expressed his frustration the other day with his patients who would not get their covid shots.
A local theatre requires proof of vaccination for entry.
So much controversy.
Maybe I will try a shot of whiskey after all!
Photo Lori Greer in Portland
Life continues to be chaotic.
Too much to do in too little time.
Too much uncertainty.
Good intentions however.
Looking for something on my desk, I ran across this note.
Not sure when or why I wrote this.
My scribbling tells me that I was in a hurry.
That seems to the state of my life these days.
OK, I need to breathe deeply and enjoy the view from my window.
Everything is OK.
Thursday is the day I was born, eons ago in a galaxy far, far away.
Not really eons ago and not really in a galaxy far, far away.
Continue reading “Thursday’s Child”
A lovely vase of flowers.
A gift from a neighbor
A bit of kindness that made me happy.
Just a quick note to say hello and wish you well.
I have a “to do” list that is a mile long and keeps me running.
Even though I am busy with work, isolated from my friends and, worst of all, my family, I am still grateful.
Continue reading “Hello there”
To be at home is to be known.
It is to be loved for who you are.
It is to share a sense of common ground, common interest, pursuits, and values with others who truly care about you.
In community after community I’ve met lonely people who felt homeless even though they had a roof over their heads Continue reading “To be at home…”
What is better than a lazy brunch? *
My special friend makes all my favorites from creamy scrambled eggs, crisp bacon to lox and bagels. There are healthy servings of roasted or grilled vegetables, fresh fruit and to top it off, a chocolate croissant sometimes served with ice cream! Needless to say, it is my main meal of the day.
Fresh flowers, a wonderful view and soft music playing.
Dining with my friend makes me slow down and count my blessings.
Even in the time COVID 19.
Especially in the time of COVID 19.
*Not having to prepare or clean up afterwards is the icing on the cake! (I do have food on my brain!)