This has been a heck of a week. Thank you all for your kind thoughts and well wishes for me to get through it intact. I did, and I am so grateful. All the new children I work with have been evaluated and those evaluations submitted. I saw three extra kids this week which does not sound like a lot but it is with the extra driving and all those hours on the computer trying to get them qualified for therapy. I was almost euphoric yesterday afternoon as I faxed my last report in. So today I decided to just try and breath, to notice things that make me happy that I had not been able to notice all week long. This morning I went out to breakfast with my dear friend Holly, caught up over tea and Florentine Benedict, yum!!! I stopped by the market and picked up Little Buddy from school. I plan on staying home now and just try to recuperate from the week I had.
My new rose bush is on its second blooming cycle. It must love its new home on my patio. I cut this beauty to have on my desk. I can smell it as I write this post.
Dreaming of a new weaving project. Dreaming is half the fun of making something. Should it be a shawl? Or maybe a table runner for my own table?
Looking forward to working on my Jamie crochet vest. The color is very interesting. I am not sure if this one will be for me or my niece. The pattern is very easy to follow, I am enjoying my time with it, that is when I can actually get time with it.
Watching the crochet flowers I put up in my window every Spring, spin around slowly. Little Buddy loves to look at them when he is eating his lunch or dinner. We talk about the shape and colors. The other day he told me something was a half circle and something else was a crescent, watch out this is one smart boy I have.
Thinking of the generosity of blogging friends. The doily from Pammy Sue is sitting proudly on my dining room table with a wooden loon that was my MIL's. I walk by this all the time and think how blessed I am for the friends I have made out there in blogland. And I mean I am blessed by all of you!
Smelling my beautiful gardenias which have bloomed early this year. They have been blooming for a couple of weeks already. I had the first blooms in the house but they are strong and started making me feel all stuffed up, so now I just visit them when I stroll outside.
I know that is six, but I am trying to be positive and grateful, so you get Six on Friday.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend. I am linking with Amy for Five on Friday, pop in and visit and you can link, too.