You were such a blur. That is probably a good thing because while I remember some fun times, there were also too many glitches. Just the other day I told someone that I felt like Rosanne Rosannadanna, if it’s not one thing it’s another.
But there were hikes enough to get my boots ready for Shetland. And there was that 10k, the one we didn’t really train for but we finished and didn’t get hurt. I finished my hat and started a shawl. The sewing projects used up some stash. And there were lovely visits from our tiny person who is getting so mobile. I finished a few books and wrapped up enough loose ends at work to be able to turn off work and turn on summer.
So goodbye June. You taught me much. See you again next year.
The weekend is just around the corner and I have a short list. I am trying to keep it simple, not an easy task given all the things we could be doing.
I have downloaded a dozen kindle book samples – hoping to narrow down some choices for my Book Bingo card. Not sure if Lincoln in the Bardo might qualify for Magical Realism or maybe Fantasy? I also need to choose a few projects to take on my quilting retreat which is just a few weeks away. I think this year I will take some projects that need to be finished rather than starting something new.
The highlights of the weekend will be a 10k tomorrow morning – happy to be running with my daughter again – and a visit with another tiny person. This little lady was born just a few weeks after our tiny person and her mom is a long time friend of our daughters. Love this next generation thing!
Happy Friday! EnJOY!
I have an extra long, long weekend. We put a snow day on the school calendar this year and it was decided that we didn’t need to make up any days so here we go – four days to see if I can remember how to breathe (it has been a whirlwind at work).
Here is what is on my list:
- An early movie time
- Long walks on the trail
- A slow wander through the grocery store to restock the fridge
- A bit kitting, a bit of sewing, a bit of reading,
- Sitting on the deck with a lovely cup of coffee to start the day and a glass of wine at the other end.
Patiently waiting for my new notebook that will become my everyday carry and wallet
Planning to cast on this lovely shawl tonight
Putting this salad on my meal plan
Placing an order for this book to use with a some justice-seeking students
Picking up some avocados and chips for a much needed Friday night feast