Welcome to my Friday feature! Created by the wonderful Meggy @ Chocolate ‘n’ Waffles, it’s a remedy against feeling down by creating a list of all the good things happening in my life this week. I became so inspired by her weekly posts and later also that by Nickimags @ Secret Library Book Blog, I felt it was time to begin sharing my own good feelings. It can be anything, from the smallest gesture from a stranger to a major event in your life that alters the direction of your day. Maybe something here will bring a smile to you in the moment.
I found my center again and know deep in my heart that I have lots to be grateful for in the midst of all the worldwide worry and concern.
Got my hair done! Of course, she had to chop off about three inches because of my abuse but who cares. It looks wonderful and the gray has disappeared😏
I got an alert from Netflix about this series (Sweet Magnolias) checked out the trailer, decided to watch one episode and the next thing I know…finished 10 episodes in two days! It was a wonderful binge watch. Warning…Season #1 ends in major cliffhangers and they haven’t yet been approved for the next season. I don’t care…it was a fun ride.
I am so thankful for this new virtual technology. This week, I attended church via streaming, participated in our weekly family Zoom call, did my WW Virtual Workshop and had my first virtual doctor’s meeting. It is truly a blessing to be able to stay connected for things important to me while I shelter at home.
My sister celebrated her birthday this week and of course everything was virtual. She got a gazillion acknowledgments on Facebook, which made her so happy. I’m grateful to have a sister with such a beautiful soul.
I got four more audiobooks for review this week! And, my library bought the audiobook version of Fair Warning, which I’d recommended. I’m in a short queue.
The weather didn’t cooperate so no neighborhood walking. But! I did 10 minute laps around the house three days. Better than nothing, right?
Hubby surprised me and grilled ribs this week! I didn’t take a picture but they looked just like these. Better still, they were delicious. Stuck with my diet, though and only had two. And, he sautéed squash and zucchini to go along with them.
I’ve been reluctant to do in-store grocery shopping because so many weren’t wearing masks. But, scheduling deliveries has become exasperating so I ventured out early. I was so pleased to see that the majority of shoppers were wearing masks and respecting social distancing. I felt safe.
I continue to pause and reflect upon the people and things in my life that truly matter. For that, I’m grateful.