Outside my window the light is waning.
I am thinking that dessert would be nice right about now. But it’s probably good we don’t have any.
I am thankful for my quiet life.
From the kitchen comes no dessert. Maybe I’ll make a low fat chocolate pudding.
I am wearing what I’ve had on all afternoon while working in the yard. Black sweatpants, a lime green 3/4 length t-shirt and my dusky forest green Cabi jacket. I do believe in dressing nicely while doing lawn work. Not.
I am creating a children’s book starring George. It’s in its very early stages. My husband is encouraging me and I’m still trying to figure out the program.
I am going to go make that pudding now.
I am reading the Baltimore Sun. But not the depressing parts.
I am hoping that my husband and I can drive to the Gulf Coast over Easter Break to visit a dear friend who will be recuperating from major surgery. We don’t want to fly because we need to take George. Plus, I think a road trip might be fun.
I am hearing a commercial on TV. It’s the one where the 8 year-old boy does a slideshow of his pictures on his TV. “Here comes Mr. T”, he says. I laugh every time I hear him talk.
Around the house it is gleaming. I do like a clean house.
One of my favorite things is when my friends come out to visit. But today they couldn’t because of a family emergency. All is well for now, and I’m grateful for this.
A few plans for the rest of the week include getting new tires for the car.
Here is picture thought I am sharing
This is a small section of one of the wrought iron patio chairs. I have no idea what it’s about or why I did it. I just liked the heart.
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Have a wonderful week. Until tomorrow, my friends . . .