It's Monday and...
The weather... sunny with a predicted high of 52 degrees. Yay! Spring is coming back.
I'm reading... Death in the Sunshing (The Retired Detectives Club, Book 1) by Steph Broadribb
I'm listening to... Jasper's very loud purrs. I wasn't home most of yesterday and he apparently missed me and is glued to my side today. And the news out of the Ukraine.
I'm loving... being home and not having a set schedule to follow. It's nice being able to spend some time in Bible study or reading or reading blogs and Facebook before I have to be productive.
I'm thinking... that I need to start remembering to take pictures of things throughout my day so I have them to share here on the blog.
I'm feeling... sleepy. It's warm and cozy here in the recliner with Daisy and Jasper and yesterday was a very long day.
I'm celebrating... St. Patrick's Day, of course! Anybody who can rid an entire country of snakes just might be my hero!
I'm grateful... for a fun day with Mom yesterday. We went to a basket bash and (woot!) I won three baskets! One filled with Star Wars items for the kiddos, one filled with Easter decorations, and a brand new Fit bit! Mom won a basket filled with Lenox Christmas items.
A quote I want to share...
“That is the best scent in the world, better than any perfume, any flower. It’s the smell of lives lived, the weight of words …’ ‘Well, I guess I never quite thought of books that way before.’ Sure, they could transport you to another place, be there for you when no one else was, but I hadn’t quite pictured secondhand books as having lived their own important lives, being ferried from one person to the next, imparting a little magic along the way.”