Noticing that what you give is what you get, the power of intentions and that we are all made up of energy. Holy energy.
Watching the usuals. Lily and I have to get caught up on Dancing With the Stars. Are we the only ones who still love that show? My Mom used to watch it, and I didn't understand her affinity for the show. Now I'd give just about anything to sit beside her with a glass of Conch on Monday nights to watch it. Coach and I tried to watch Going Clear last weekend, but it put us to sleep. I plan to try again soon.
Listening to The Longest Ride when I walk and still not feeling the chi. The battery keeps dying when I'm mid miles and I'm starting to think that I just need to give it up. I'm heading to the library for new audio books today.
Drinking PBRs last Saturday night at the Jackson Blue Ribbon and not remembering a time when beer tasted so dang good.
Wanting to keep crossing things off my eternal and never ending to do list. I've eliminated some big ones this year and I plan to continue the streak.
Wearing flip flops by day and wool clogs by night. It's day by day here, but we've had a beautiful stretch of 60 degree, mostly sunny days.
Hoping that our manny can come back this summer. Maybe even praying.
Thinking that the school year is winding down, and knowing that summer will go fast and then we will have a freshman and a 6th grader. Sixth grade is when my sharpest memories start. It was the best of times. Ninth grade was pretty stellar too. I'm excited for my two.
Enjoying opening windows, cleaning out closets and drawers, purging and simplifying our surroundings, Susannah Conway's April Love challenge, my breakfast bowl: shredded wheat with a little granola and flax seed topped with berries (preferably raspberries) and coconut milk, getting out for long walks in the fresh air and more daylight and birdsong.