Sunday, February 11, 2018

Sunday Night Bliss

Rain this morning then about an hour or so of sunshine this afternoon and more rain now.  This has been the wettest February I can remember.  Temps are also a little higher than normal, so daffodils are starting to bud and bloom and that means the yellow bells will make their debut soon.

A busy Sunday, I took an online anatomy class for yoga teachers, washed my blankets and cooked roast chicken, dressing and veggies for supper.  Oh yes, and did some grocery shopping.  Whew, no wonder I am tired tonight.

Jordan did great in his swim meets this weekend, but sadly did not place in the state.  This is the toughest competition he has been in, this is the competition where they began looking for Olympic swimmers, but his coach was ecstatic with his performance and he will compete again next year for sure.  His mom has already lined up swim camps for the summer and he is so excited.  We are so proud of him because he is having so much fun at something that he is very good at.

I have needed this weekend of being home, resting, contemplating and  soul searching.
Sometimes illness can show us a path we should look at, show us life in a different perspective and writing about it on this blog, I got some very insightful comments from readers/friends.  Thank you all who care enough to share your thoughts and feelings with me.

Tomorrow starts a brand new week.  Always treat those around you the way you want to be treated and don't forget to share some smiles.

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad that you are feeling better and that a day at home made you feel blissful after being sick.

    So sorry about Jordan but he'll have more experience by next year. He'll have a great summer of fun at swim camp. My little grandson James love swimming so much and always ask to be in back to back swimming classes. He's a good swimmer too.
    Hugs, Julia