I think my feelings of gratitude stem from simply feeling so much better. Thank goodness. The nasty mood has lifted, the yo is back fully up and I'm feeling good. It's spring so everything is green and beautiful and the true misery of summer has yet to hit.
|The sheep are generally quiet, but today couldn't stop baaing. They were very upset about something but I'm not sure what.|
|House of Burgesses at the end of DoG Street. Not a bad view. :o)|
How lucky am I to not only have a chance to exercise at a reasonable hour, but to do so with a friend in such beautiful surroundings? Yes, I've done a number of CW posts of late, but I really was struck today by how blessed I am to be able to be there EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. That that could be my reality would never have occurred to me when I was twelve and falling in love with the place. I think we sometimes get so wrapped up in the act of daily living we fail to truly appreciate the place we live. So tell me, where do you live and what are some awesome things to do around your parts that you don't do nearly often enough?
1. Lil and I played with the iPhone camera the other evening at bedtime:
2. Bad and Badder:
3. It's cooler today. I'm thrilled! It was supposed to be close to 90 and I think it's only about 75. This is awesome as it means my bedroom won't be 92 degrees when B gets home...
4. Pink chicken for dinner. We've not had chicken tikka masala in forever!
5. Catching up on all the chores that needed to be done and getting things put in order once more--also a mood elevator for me. I swear, I have no idea why things are suddenly looking so much rosier, but I'm grateful for it.
No milestones. However, as I was cruising CW today, thinking of taking Lil, I was sad I never brought Hannah for she would have LOVED it. I'll always have these little regrets. :sigh: