The Week



 Driving home after completing various errands, I happened to spy this graceful hawk.  He was waiting patiently for a dinner.  I quickly stopped and captured him forever on my phone.  How lucky was I?  I was excited to be at the right place at the right time.

Today, our son will be arriving for his spring break.  I still have to load up on some of his favorite foods, however I did plan out the menu.  I think it's so much easier to cook for more than two or maybe I need to learn to cook for two.  I tend to rely on salads many days.

I have a self imposed knitting deadline to finish or nearly finish the sweater that is on the needles.  So for the weekend I'll be working towards that goal.  This morning I'll be finishing up paperwork and making my to do lists, that will lead to an afternoon of freedom.

Today I'm enjoying: -a freshly groomed dog who smells delightful
                                 -a pink sunrise that is trying to break out into sunshine
                                 -recently swept floors (I should do it daily but I don't)
                                 -a tidied up work area
                                 -the beginning of the weekend




Have a lovely weekend!


Comments

  1. I think that hawk is a great sign to the rest of your weekend Karen :)
    As much as I love it when my dogs get muddy and dirty...there is nothing like a freshly fluffy one. Have a lovely time with your son & family.

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  2. I am only cooking for three now instead of six when all the kids were home and I agree that it is harder to cook for fewer people. I also seem to have too many leftovers...So wonderful that your son will be home next week. Enjoy the time with him. I love the hawk pictures. Have a great weekend.

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  3. I agree, it really is hard cooking for two. Truthfully I have so many leftovers in the freezer I don't need to cook, but I still do.

    I know you are so happy to have your son home for break, just don't look at the mess okay?

    Have a great weekend and I can't wait to see you finished knits.

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  4. Wow! You really were in the right place at the right time!!

    Happy knitting, I'll look forward to the ta-dah :)

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  5. We have so many hawks around here. They're common. And yet.. whenever I see one "up close" it's still magical. (:
    Have a great week with your son!

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  6. Wow, what a great shot!!! Enjoy your weekend.

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  7. Sounds like a wonderful weekend ahead :)

    Enjoy the break with your son. And WOW on the hawk!

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  8. Cool shot! After Sunday, it will be two at our house because the oldest goes back to school and the hubs is traveling for business. Cooking for two and a half when it's just us two - he counts for one and a half :) Enjoy having yours home!

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  9. Have a great weekend with your son home!

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  10. lucky sighting! enjoy this week with your son - i know you must be happy to have him home :)

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  11. What a lovely photo! It's amazing the things we see when our eyes are open to the world around us. ;) Hope you have lots of fun with your son!

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  12. Enjoy your time with your son! And isnt is lovely to be at the right place at the right time even for the small stuff??? :) Have a wonderful weekend!

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  13. great capture! and have fun with your son!!

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  14. lovely photo. i hear you on the floors but i really only think about them when um, it's noticeable that i should be. one day...

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  15. Great picture! Have a lovely time with your son. Just said goodbye to my sister and brother in law after a quick visit. Back to cooking for 3 again. Xxx

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  16. What a gorgeous photo of the hawk and how wonderful he waited long enough for a photo. Have a lovely weekend:)

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  17. Nic pic, mama! And on your phone? Wow.

    I love the smell of a clean dog. Don't have that here.
    I love clean floors, too. Don't have those much either.
    Oh well.
    XO
    C

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  18. Beautiful hawk photos! I love it when I'm just happen to in the right place at the right time. Enjoy your time with your son, and your needles. :)

    Blessings, Debbie

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  19. Gorgeous pictures of that hawk! Hope you're having a wonderful time with your son!

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  20. What a lovely hawk! It excites me as well whenever I see all kinds of birds in the area. Even little ones who stop by near me makes me smile ;)

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