Suddenly realized it's the last day of March!! So here's this month's Taking Stock (thanks to Pip Lincolne for the list!)
Making time to rest - my poor body's been through it this month...
Cooking - Nick made his special fried rice for dinner - full of colourful and tasty ingredients - YUM!
Drinking the usual... water with a slice of lemon...
Reading several copies of The New Yorker sent by my lovely friend in Santa Barbara, CA
Wanting a good night's sleep
Looking forward to a dear friend's wedding on Saturday
Playing Elbow's new CD (and yes, I have a wee crush on Guy Garvey - such a poet!)
Wasting nothing - enjoying every moment of feeling better!
Sowing seeds of kindness...
Wishing for good weather on Saturday - fingers and toes crossed!
Enjoying the new series of Endeavour, which started last night - a great concept brilliantly done!
Waiting for a burst of energy to tackle the chaos on my desk...
Liking the longer days (we changed our clocks to BST at the weekend)
Wondering what we'll have for Easter Sunday lunch (only 3 weeks to go...)
Loving my magnificent magnolia in full bloom
Hoping the weather holds, so the mass of buds can keep opening...
Marvelling that something so exotic can thrive in our wee back garden
Needing a good night's sleep
Smelling everything (esp. the magnolia!!) - enjoying every moment of a non-congested nose :-)
Wearing my favourite comfy clothes - a light wool tunic and leggings
Following the ascent of my beloved Liverpool FC to the top of the Premier League - not yet daring to hope they could actually win it for the first time in 25 years - 6 more matches to go till the end of the season...
Noticing how tired I am (it's now 9.20pm)
Knowing I need to go to bed very soon
Thinking nothing - my brain needs a rest
Bookmarking some wonderfully beautiful creations on Etsy
Opening my eyes wider - they're threatening to droop...
Giggling/Smiling at the memories of yesterday - a lovely family lunch with my dad and brother (it was Dad's birthday AND Mother's Day), followed by a family trip around Belton House
Feeling so much better and so grateful for that!