Dan finished another round of shifts this morning. He worked for three days and two nights in a row. As usual, I was left to my own devices.
After Dan left for work yesterday afternoon, I cleaned up from our lunch/supper. I fed Kat. I went down the basement stairs to collect the fettuccine that I had accidentally dumped down the staircase. (It wasn’t cooked 👍). The time passed and finally I settled down in the livingroom for a quiet evening – not quite alone.
It is funny how much we can appreciate the simplest things in life. I am so grateful for my faithful little friend and the opportunity to share my snack with her. It is so much fun, knowing that she appreciates it as much as I do. 😊
Take care and have a great rest of the day! See you tomorrow! 💞
Gratitude can transform common days into Thanksgiving, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.
It is another damp and cool day so we took the opportunity to spoil Kat with a fresh batch of dogfood. It’s a dog’s life!
Thank you for joining us for the most exciting part of our day! Dan did all the chopping and cleaning, while I did the shredding and cooking. Kat took her supervisor position seriously – she sampled every vegetable as Dan cleaned them. They all passed her taste test. 😉
I spent a few hours this morning puttering around the yard. It is such a perfectly magical day here that I decided to do my morning meditation in the shade of our giant spruce tree.
With everything good to go, I sat back and enjoyed the most peaceful, relaxing Jess Shepherd meditation. She has such a calm and pleasant voice. I love her guided meditations. There are magical moments in our life that we live for. Right now, this is one of mine. 💞
Wishing all a perfect summer day💞
* To be perfectly honest, a bird pooped on me when I was writing this. It was a little bird and a fairly dry poop so it didn’t really spoil the moment. Just something you should be aware of, if you decide to meditate and write a blog under a tree full of birds.
Spring is always my favourite time of year and this one is looking to be a grand one. Most years, we are up to our hips in snow until at least mid April. This year, our snow is practically gone and the streets and sidewalks are mostly dry. Dan and I have been taking Kat for her daily walks this week. She has been wearing her stylish blue boots for dealing with the unavoidable puddles.
I heard from our sons this week. Everything is going fairly well for both of them. And… Grandbaby #10 is on the way! 💞
Our seedlings continue to thrive and our indoor plants are starting to bud and bloom.