Still loads of snow up here in New Hampshire. March is usually still very much winter in this part of our state. So I'm not altering a lot with my decorating right now. The lighted village in the living room and the little glittery buildings on the hutch will stay for now. Next week, maybe I'll add some maple sugaring items to the decor and possibly a bit of green and white as a nod to St. Patrick, but that will be it.
Okay, on to the Friday five:
1. Being able to get out for a nice walk last Friday. Good thing, as it was my last chance for awhile. This week has either been snowing or extremely cold and windy. Today looks good and I'm hoping for a walk, but we'll see. Plenty to occupy me indoors, but oh, that sun! (Edited to add: I did get out for a walk today! We were out for about an hour and it was great.)
2. Getting to have breakfast with my hubby at Cracker Barrel last Saturday! We both chose something we have never ordered before ... Grandma's Sampler. It was scrumptious. He chose hash brown casserole to go with his sampler and I picked fried apples; then we shared the side dishes.
3. Mr. T ended up with Monday off from work unexpectedly. He was thankful to be able to accomplish several important tasks and some extra Bible study and message preparation. And then we spent the afternoon sorting and purging at my childhood home. Some things are very hard to throw away, but I'm nearly always able to grit my teeth and do it if the item isn't usable or salable. We also took a trip to the thrift store and book drop as well as a furniture consignment place.
4. Lovely visit with my Nevada daughter (the one at left below) by phone on Tuesday. So thankful we've set a time to consistently chat. Before we decided on that, our communication was very hit or miss.
|Both of my girls in Nevada this past fall|
And now I'd better hit "publish" while it's still Friday ...