My week in review and reflection:
Time: 6:39 pm
On the menu: Spaghetti squash with onion, kale and pesto! SMELLS SO DELICIOUS!
Out the window: The sun is starting to go down on a gorgeous day, it wasn't real hot, there was a little breeze, just a nice day.
Reading: The same books, haven't had a whole lot of time this week for reading, but I intend to rectify that and MAKE time for reading this coming week! Right now I am reading Women Who Run with the Wolves, as well as Duma Key and Goddesses: Ancient Wisdom for Times of Change.
Listening to: Not a whole lot this week, a mix from my ipod, of course I love Randy Wood. And his song "That's Why We Have Braids.' Might give you a chuckle.
Watching: OK we went to see the new Riddick 3 movie, and we are watching the newest season of Criminal Minds that just came out on netflix. I am also re-watching the Merlin series, because it is just so "magical"
Good things this week:
~I have a new craft space in the laundry room. It isn't like it sounds, our laundry room is large, and it used to hold our exercise equipment. We found a new home for the equipment so I now have two tables for myself, and a HUGE set of shelves to organize all my "stuff".
~A rain free week. Well almost, we did have a couple of down pours, but the left just as quickly as they arrived. It is nice to see the sun for more than 5 minutes.
~A little bit cooler temperatures, I can feel fall coming on.
~Feeling at ease with things.
~Spending time with my boys, talking, and just connecting.
Looking forward to:
~Spending more time in my new space. I am loving it already, but there is so much room to grow.
~Watching more Merlin
~Starting my Art Journal this week
~More elliptical, as walking is just aggravating my ankle
"Again, you can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something - your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life." ~Steve Jobs