Life seemed just a little bit normal this week.
My sweet friend and I went to lunch at our favorite place at our favorite table right by the fireplace.
Then a small hike after. We did not venture out on the lake it has been very warm. And now we do not have much snow. Lots of drizzle and fog in the past few days.
Pedicures with my daughter and grand. I know you can't tell but we were encased in plastic and the tecs wore masks we felt very comfortable and safe, such a luxury.
With a swim after. The pool is both inside and outside.
We haven't seen much of the sun, but I continue to walk most days.
I did a free online yoga class today. Holy stiffness!!! I used to do yoga all the time, but it has been way to long. I will keep at it for the next 90 days. I want to keep up the strength and balance. It is so important as I age.
I continue to work on my rug. I am feeling anxious to get this done now and move on.
I got some new kicks. Well to be honest I thought I got scammed and was going to contact my credit card company on Monday to start the process to get the money back. It took 8 weeks to get them and to my big surprise they seem well made.
My veggie drawer in the frig was full of a little of this and a little of that that needed to be used. Soup it is and so tasty!!!
I am trying to combat this! Ugg and truly the tip of the iceberg!
Husband has enjoyed way more than he should in a year!
I got a belated gift in the mail from my hooking buddy Donna!
Yes, she did the stitching and the painting! So much talent.
My sweet hiking friend gave me this pin in a bag overflowing with other amazing things. We have been friends for many years. I can't image life without her.
I know we all make resolutions or goals for the new year, and I have made a few too. But I saw this online and yes, we will be making a tree to leave your worries at.
We have been watching a series on Britbox called Shetland. (Such a wonderful show)
They talked about "Old New Year" It is a tradition on the Shetland Islands to celebrate the New Year Jan 12th. I am all for extending the holiday, so I am keeping my tree up until Jan 12 to honor old traditions. Plus, I love looking at my tree on these cold dark nights.
It is a feather tree, so we are safe.
May your new year be all you would like it to be.
May it be filled with laughter. I think we are all missing the laughter. Well at least I know I miss it.