Sep 162018
 

Sunday Reflections

Outside…
88° with a slight breeze and scattered white fluffy clouds

Thankful…
Most of the friends that live in Florence’s path have reported they are safe, still waiting to hear from a few of them

Reading…
A Flair for Chardonnay (Sadie Kramer Flair #1) by Deborah Garner

Listening To…
Harbor Me by Jacqueline Woodson

Watching…
Season 1 of Ugly Delicious

Fitness/Health…
I found my favorite tai-chi/chi-gong dvd’s so maybe…

In The Kitchen…
Going through everything deciding what to keep

Today’s To-Do List…
Laundry & relaxing

One of my favorite things:
My cat Jaspurr wanting some lovin’ every morning

Looking forward to…
Cooler weather and lower humidity

Question…
Where did you grow up?
My answer: Columbus, Ohio

A Favorite Bible Verse…

From the camera…

  16 Responses to “Sunday Reflections: 8/16/18”

  1. Florence wasn’t nearly as bad for us as they predicted and I am thankful for that.

    You can do the tai chi!

    • I just don’t understand the deal with tai-chi/gong. I used to do one or the other at least once a day and loved it. I still love the idea of it but I guess the force isn’t with me right now.

  2. Glad everyone you know is safe after Florence. My cousin’s daughter just started college in NC and they ended up flying her back to NY when the school ‘suspended operations’ earlier in the week. Hope you have a good week, Vicki!

  3. Love that picture of the flowers. As a kid my family visited my uncle and family in Columbus and always had a lot of fun. We lived in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Have a good week Vicki.

  4. I thankful for my friend’s family that made it to Maine before Florence came to the Caolinas. Their pets came too.

  5. Our temps are almost identical to yours today – I’m in the upper Midwest! My favorite time of year.

  6. Vicki,

    The flower photo is beautiful! Ugly Delicious is a new-to-me show. I always enjoy your reflections. Have a wonderful week ahead!

  7. Interesting Sunday reflection! Have a wonderful new week!

  8. Never heard of Ugly Delicious but I clicked on the link and it looks interesting. Definitely something I’d like.

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