Another weekend, this one was calm, slow and delightfully open for all my creative pursuits. After the family visited last weekend for Easter, having a do-nothing weekend was perfect.
Saturday, I finished a book Bury Your Dead by Louise Penny. I enjoyed this novel immensely because it redeemed the questionable ending from the previous book. Louise Penny has hit her stride in her storytelling in this novel. Ack, I'm still mulling over the events and endings and the teasers for the next book.
While reading, I was working on my sister's sweater and completed all the waist shaping decreases. My needles were on fire - I was knitting faster and faster as the plot twisted and turned.
Saturday afternoon, we went out for a walk with Frodo and braced ourselves for some chilly winds. Spring, where art thou?
We attended Saturday evening Mass then picked up a pizza for dinner. This has become a weekly ritual more often than not.
Today I've vacuumed which is challenging with the kitten and the dog, but I did it and everyone survived. In the afternoon, I met up with my knitting friends where I always have a good time.
As I mentioned in my goals, I'm setting time aside for photography and getting outdoors. Today the sun peeked out and I was there, witnessing and snapping photos before the sun hid behind some clouds. Those tiny bit of rays were medicine for me, I felt happy and content.
Thank you all for your kind comments on my Book Talk interview over at Grace's blog. Thank you all who are new followers, welcome! Join in the comments, I read all of them and try my best to visit your blogs if you have one. Lastly thank you to all of you that are long time readers. Some of you are shy and quiet. Some of you I have come to know dearly through years of reading your blogs.
All the social media in the world cannot replace what blogging does.
So, how was your weekend?