Nov 182018

Sunday Reflections

77° now but a high of 80° expected around 2pm, clear skies and tonight’s low of 57°

that I have tomorrow and Tuesday off work

Elevation by Stephen King

Listening To…
As soon as I finish The Storyteller’s Secret by Sejal Badani I plan on starting Raymie Nightingale by Kate DiCamillo

Yesterday I watched the movie Wonder based on the book by  by R.J. Palacio, great movie!

Mind Body Soul…
A new website I really like – Mind Body Green

In The Kitchen…
Taco Salad

Today’s To-Do List…
I worked this morning so now I plan to just relax with a tv show or two and/or a book

One of my favorite things:
International Delights Caramel Macchiato, it’s full of yumminess!

Looking forward to…
Spending Thanksgiving with my daughter and her family, my son in law’s parents, and son Anthony. Son Jeremy and his family are going to Pennsylvania (happy for them, sad for me)

Are you looking forward to a specific food on Thanksgiving?
My answer: Nope, I love it all!

A Favorite Bible Verse…

I saw this on FB. Sorry I can’t remember who posted it.

From the camera…

One of my favorite walking trails

  18 Responses to “Sunday Reflections: 11/18//18”

  1. Your walking trail looks so inviting! We’re back in NY, so I had a short walk in the snow…ugh. Enjoy Thanksgiving with your family. We’re hosting dinner, as usual, so I’ve got a busy week ahead.

  2. Your weather sounds wonderful! I loved the movie version of Wonder too. Enjoy your time off!

  3. That’s a great FB post, and I love the photo of the hiking trail!

  4. I think you get more accomplished when you’re “relaxing” than I do when I’m hard at work! Amazing! I think I’d like that tee shirt you described! And I love that trail!

  5. Vicki, I loved the movie Wonder, too. The walking trial looks wonderful. Thank you for this lovely Sunday post. Happy Thanksgiving week!

  6. I am picking up Elevation from the library tomorrow 🙂

  7. Taco salad is one of my favorites. That’s a pretty trail to walk, we love going walking.

    Oooo, Pennsylvania! I know you’ll miss him but that would be a nice trip for Thanksgiving. I say that because I grew up in PA and sometimes miss it.

    • My daughter in law grew up in Pittsburgh and just recently met her biological dad. He came to Florida with his wife to meet her so they are going to PA to spend Thanksgiving with him and his family, and she will meet her half brother and sister. She’s very excited.

  8. The walking trail looks lovely! I really want to watch and read Wonder. It looks really good. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  9. I am late to your party but I always just look forward to the turkey. I never roast turkey unless it’s Thanksgiving and it’s always so good.

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