I've written about my morning routine many times but I thought why not touch upon it once more. I love to get up early in the morning, drink my tea and journal about the day before. Mostly it's about events, thoughts and feelings. Sometimes I rant but try not to very much. At the end of each entry I write my gratitude list. Frequently it's about family and friends, coffee and tea, quiet pockets in my day. The more ordinary the gratitude the more I feel peace. The past two to three weeks have been wonky here. I've been having health symptom issues that I thought were medication changes for my blood pressure. An EKG was slightly abnormal which referred me to a cardiologist. While waiting for that appointment I visited ER to make sure I wasn't having a heart attack (I was NOT). I met the cardiologist last week and he thought I was 'fine' but ordered a stress test anyways. I did the stress test on Monday and thought I passed! But then I got a call from the off
Looks like my house! Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Books, music and coffee...that's what special moments are about!ReplyDelete
My moment: This Moment
My Dog's Moment: Pablo's Moment
Coffee and books and twinkling lights. Ah! Have a quiet New Year. How is your son faring? My oldest had his wisdom teeth removed a few years ago. Once over the pain and swelling, it was smooth sailing...except he got sick of eating mashed potatoes, apple sauce, yogurts and smoothies. I did offer to make him some baby food, but it was a no-go!ReplyDelete
Looks like my home too!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Karen.
Looks like good times :)ReplyDelete
Have a good weekend and a Happy New Year!
This looks like the perfect way to spend an evening...hot drink, new books and good music. Enjoy! And happy new year! I'm thankful to have "met" you this year, wishing you great joy in 2012!ReplyDelete
I'm glad you & I have matching table tops this week! I don't have the heart to put away all the new goodies. Wishing you a lovely new years!ReplyDelete
Your Christmas things are so nice and contained. Maybe some day! LOL Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
I have a big old coffee table in the living room, too! Wish mine looked like yours--there's a lot of living and loving displayed there!!!! (We pretty much didn't have much family around this holiday--what family was here, took all their stuff with them. I miss it!!!!)ReplyDelete
Wonderful! This is what our coffee table looks like most of the time, only usually it's a combo of toys, crayons, knitting and books!ReplyDelete
happy new year karen, i think i've caught up with what you've been up to, love your projects. it feels like i haven't knit in ages!ReplyDelete
all the best in 2012.