I know that my Simple Woman's Daybook post yesterday may have sounded a little bit down. It just gets that way sometimes, and although I don't like to talk a lot about my troubles, sometimes I can't help it. Thanks to all of you for your wonderful comments and a huge welcome to the new faces I'm seeing lately. Good to have you all stopping by.
And yes, the movie was Moonstruck, one of my favorites. When Nic Cage tells Cher that he's in love with her, she promptly tells him to "SNAP OUT OF IT!" Lordy, was she ever beautiful after she stopped by that beauty salon and they finally got their hands on her hair and colored all the grey out of it.
Today WAS a little bit better, if I say so myself. And I will. Say so myself.
Work was a whirlwind of activity with the constant phone calls among all my regular duties in the K-12 private school where I'm employed. But I got a nice surprise when one of my co-workers called me on my office phone to tell me to check out Pioneer Woman's Photography page because one of my photos was posted there. Whoa, Nelly!!
Ree at the Pioneer Woman has a flickr group called PW Flickr photo pool that I just joined last week. I submitted a couple of photos using her actions, and it was this one that she posted. This is a photo of my friend, Mary Ellen, who was one of the women I went to NYC with last December. I took it on the subway as we were returning back to the apartment after having dinner with my son. Of course, she doesn't think it's a good photo of her, but I beg to differ. Hey, P-Dub liked it.
Then when I came home after work today, my husband had a cup of tea waiting for me, AND he had the Bruce Springsteen Halftime Show from last night's Superbowl last waiting for me on YouTube. (I'd missed it because I wasn't feeling well and went to bed early. )
And he had a hug for me.
And so, my day is complete. I hope your Monday was a good one, too.
Until tomorrow, my friends . . .
PS ~ Here's a shout out to Doris who I don't know but who reads this blog. I hope you are well and are beginning the process of putting your life back together after your husband's long battle with cancer. Please know that I think of you often and wonder how you are coping.