Sep 092018
 

Sunday Reflections

Outside…
High is supposed to be 90° with 99% humidity and right now it’s dark and quiet at 6:00 am

Thankful…
For good books and good movies, I love both

Reading:
Bodies on the Beach (Hang Ten Australian Cozy #1) by Stacey Alabaster

Listening To…
The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers by Maxwell King

Watching…
Going to watch Ladies In Lavender today or tomorrow, which I saw at Joyfully Retired

Fitness…
Lots of strength training and steps, eating more meatless meals

In The Kitchen…
Baked Cajun Style Andouille Smoked Sausage w/potatoes, carrots, & cabbage tonight

Today’s To-Do List…
I worked this morning & plan to relax the rest of the day

One of my favorite things:
My cats & dog meeting me at the door when I come home

Looking forward to…
Taking Kaiyo to the groomer tomorrow, I had to cancel her appt. for the 5th due to a work meeting

Question…
What did you have for lunch yesterday?
My answer: Take-out Chinese

A Favorite Bible Verse…

From the camera…

How the heck did that happen?

 

  14 Responses to “Sunday Reflections: 9/9/18”

  1. Tonight’s meal sounds pretty good.

  2. I’m tired of the heat and humidity. The Fred Rogers book sounds really good.

  3. I love the stars so I’m going to put Ladies in Lavender on my prime list.

  4. I am thankful for good books and movies as well. The audio book about Mr. Rogers sounds very good, and Ladies in Lavender sounds excellent! Thank you for sharing your reflections, Vicki!

  5. You’re welcome. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment.

  6. Oh that andouille dinner sounds awesome! I’ll have to look into Ladies in Lavender!

  7. Fall just came in here with a vengeance over the weekend. This is our third day with highs in the 50s! Hope things start cooling off for you a little bit soon… we’ll be heading down later next month.

  8. 99% humidity? Wow, that would be unbearable for me. Our humidity finally broke and we are having torrential downpours, but at least it’s cooler.

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