(at last! Daffodils on my walk)
It seems that I just started the day and looking at the clock, I realize I've been up and engaged since 5 AM - just about ten hours ago! Where does the day go? Tis mid afternoon. My craft room - I'm still looking for a better descriptor; something will appear - is a flurry of activity with a variety of papers being culled and organized: things to do today, this week, next month; notes to review and toss; papers to file.
Norman had an important engagement this morning so he was up and out early...wishing as he left that he could go back to bed and sleep a little longer. Isn't that always the case?
I have been busily looking over February, asking myself:
- what did I accomplish? Clearly the number 1 answer is completing my Flower Garden quilt! And number 2: assembling my sit down/standup desk!
- where did I go? A concert; gatherings with my stitching and reading friends; Women's March Huddle; a bit of shopping.
- what do I have left to do? Enough to fill a month of and then some, Sundays.
- what am I going to focus on in March? My list grows and quite honestly, there are not enough days in the month to tackle all. Having said that: tune in for this week's ThinkWriteThursday prompt for the answer to the question.
Norman returned from his engagement and we talked for a bit. I decided to take a walk - before the rain comes. It's now 3:40 pm - I've returned home and he's just finished lunch. Time for me to make a bit more progress before the day ends...or I wind down. I leave you with these gorgeous flowers - they are the pink trees I shared in this post. I just love their little star centers...and so do the bees!
Happy Mardi Gras and