Feb 052017
 

Sunday Reflections

Outside…
65°

Thinking…
I would like to have a Monday off soon so I can go to the farmers/flea market

Thankful…
My dog Kaiyo, cat Boots, and kitten Jaspurr because they keep me  company when I’m home alone

Reading…
Murder at Jade Cove (Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery #2) by Dianne Harman

Listening To…
A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierley

Watching…
Today I plan on watching Lord Of The Flies, a co-worker recommended it

Hoping…
To get the house in Zephyrhills finished soon so we can move
Please Please Please Pretty Please

Learning…
Some people aren’t happy unless they’re unhappy

Food/Fitness…
I’ve decided to eat healthier so I’ll be working on a menu

In The Kitchen…
I’m not sure

Today’s To-Do List…
Watch a movie and do some laundry

One of my favorite things:
Taco Bell Taco Salad

Pin It & Do It…
Button Bookmarks

Looking forward to…
Going with my dil Susie and her mom to see Wicked next Sunday

A Favorite Bible Verse…
The eyes of the LORD are in every place, beholding the evil and the good.
Proverbs 15:3

A favorite quote…
“Life will bring you pain all by itself. Your responsibility is to create joy.”
Milton Erickson

From the camera….
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  5 Responses to “Sunday Reflections”

  1. You are so right that some people need to be unhappy. That’s really kind of sad. I’ve heard such great things about Wicked!

  2. Happy Sunday, Vicki! Love the quotation you chose. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday. :)

  3. Love your thoughts, except in the kitchen should read” healthy foods” just kiddin’. I’m trying really hard to eat healthier, and then, I pass the chocolate bars… When my mom was in the nursing home, she fell out of her wheelchair reaching for a chocolate bar, so I guess the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. She was unhurt, and happily enjoying her chocolate.

  4. You will love Wicked. It is my daughter’s favorite. Sending good thoughts on the house!

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