A Brand New Day
By this afternoon both children will be home for the weekend. This pristine coffee table will be filled with books, computers, pens, earbuds, and scraps of paper. Our daughter will return to her apartment for work on Monday but our son will have a spring break for a week. The groceries are bought and the menu is planned. I am ready!
To be truthful, I've been lax in my yoga practice and the unexpected snow this past week has made walking daily a challenge. In turn my sleep has suffered. Yesterday was a brand new day, I did my yoga in the morning and in the afternoon walked with Frodo. Oh my, simple medicine for my overall well being. I'm thankful that I figured this out quickly. Phew!
Spring is taking it's time arriving. Everywhere is brown and today the skies are gray. Each morning as I sip my coffee, I hear the robins calling to each other and my resident sparrow sing chirpily - she has become quite vocal. Yesterday, Frodo sat on his stoop in the backyard keeping an eye out for activity. Since he is five years old, he's slowed down considerably. He seems to relish laying in the sunshine and just 'being'.
I hope your Easter weekend is filled with family and friends.
** just a note that the weekend post might be on Monday morning. Maybe I'll post Sunday night but then maybe I won't.
Happy Easter Karen... enjoy your week/weekend with your children!!! I'm sure spring is on its way to you...ReplyDelete
I know we have discussed this before, but I really think it would be wonderful if we were closer to share our days since they are so similar. I am so happy your babies are returning home and I know you all will have a wonderful time.ReplyDelete
have a wonderful family-filled holiday weekend!!! (love the socks!!!) I think after today, the April showers may be done for awhile and spring might r-e-a-l-l-y be headed our way, too.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your weekend. Spring break has arrived for me and I am hoping to re-establish some nuturung routinesReplyDelete
Yay, you got your socks finished. It sounds like you have the makings of a perfect recipe for a weekend, enjoy :)ReplyDelete
Yes, to getting back into the swing of things and YES to having your children home! Have a wonderful Easter weekend, Karen...it sounds like it is going to be very special xxReplyDelete
spring has come and gone here in AZ, i would say it is early summer now. sorta sad, i feel like we hardly got a winter this year.ReplyDelete
Ahhhh to joy of the children returning to the nest for a short time! Enjoy them and their clutter.ReplyDelete
Have a great Easter weekend and enjoy the time with your children!ReplyDelete
Enjoy the weekend with your kids and have a very happy Easter!! We've had a few beautiful days and this evening storms are supposed to move in. It's April, tornado season has arrived. :-(ReplyDelete
have a wonderful and Holy weekend! God bless! enjoy having your kids home!!!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your weekend Karen. Happy Easter!ReplyDelete
Sounds like it's going to be a good weekend. Have a very happy Easter.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your time with all your family at home, I often think of you when my table is in constant clutter from mess and know all too soon our kids will be gone.. so i try to just roll with it and know I will have a tidy house one day. Autumn is taking its time coming and we are getting daily walks in. Time to plant spring bulbs here where I bet yours are starting to pop up.ReplyDelete
How nice to have both your children coming over for the Easter weekend! I'm also glad that my mail arrived to you savely and hope you enjoy the scraps.ReplyDelete
Happy Easter, Karen!
Enjoy the weekend with your family Easter blessings.ReplyDelete
Happy Easter, a sleep in is in order and a relaxing time with the family. see you mondayReplyDelete
Happy Easter!! I love your socks...so much that I casted on a pair myself : ) I hope you and your family have a very blessed weekend!!ReplyDelete
Happy Easter! xxReplyDelete
Happy Easter! I know just what you mean about the clean coffee table becoming not so clean once the kids arrive. Only here it's our whole cottage, not just the coffee table. :-)ReplyDelete