This week we celebrated my husband's birthday by going to the Van Gogh Immersion Exhibit. We loved the experience but it was very short compared to what we thought the length would be (expectations can be brutal). Also to celebrate, we stopped at the local bakery for a treat and on the way home we picked up pizza and wings. We had a lovely time and we both were happy to be doing something cultural in Pittsburgh, one of the benefits of moving so close to the city.
How have you been?
Winter keeps trying to be a big show-off but spring is edging her way in. The birds are singing, the daffodils are sprouting. We are warming up a little bit (but not today, brr). I love winter but I'm excited for spring time and some lighter clothe wearing. Even Frodo walks with a jaunt in his step when he doesn't wear his doggy coat.
I am fully recovered from the stomach bug, for some reason fatigue was a huge factor for a week. Yesterday on my walk I felt like I had the energy to walk.
Can you believe Lent has started? I am reading Edith Stein's biography in the coming weeks amongst other things to observe Lent. I'm also bundling my news reading and other internet rabbit holes that are pervasive in my day into blocks of time instead of dribbling throughout my day breaking up my concentration. I want to be informed and entertained but let's keep in contained!
I have family coming over for dinner tonight and I want to get out my spring household decorations. Sadly my knitting energy hit an all time low during the virus and recovery. I'm hoping in the coming days I can get back into a rhythm of knitting and being excited about the knitting. Maybe a new project?
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