Dec 022018

Sunday Reflections

74° with an expected high of 82°, sky is a very light blue with soft wispy clouds

That my friends husband won’t loose his site after his retina detached from his eye

Elevation by Stephen King

Listening To…
A Christmas Flower by Bryan Mooney

Christmas movies, which I rarely do, but this year I’m craving them

It’s cooler now so it’s time to get the bikes out and start riding the trails

In The Kitchen…
Tomorrow I’m making a big pot of spaghetti

Today’s To-Do List…
Going to Longhorn Steakhouse with family

One of my favorite things:
ZEISS Lens Cleaning Wipes, the keep my glasses and phone screen so clean

Looking forward to…
Going out to eat with family and maybe a movie

A Favorite Bible Verse…
Psalm 19:14
May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer.

From the camera…

  14 Responses to “Sunday Reflections”

  1. It’s hot and humid today and they’re saying we could get snow next weekend.

  2. Vicki, I hope you’ve had a lovely Sunday! I’m with you, I’ve been craving Christmas movies as well, and actually watching a few (on Lifetime). They are great fun! We’ve gotten some much needed rain here, and now the air is fresh and cool.
    Have a terrific week ahead!

    • Every Christmas movie I’ve watched so far has been really good. So glad you’ve gotten some rain! Thanks, I hope you have a terrific week too!

  3. Scary about your friend’s husband the detached retina!
    We made spaghetti too, actually Doug did it in the Instant Pot. We are on the same wave length, you and I.

    I forget what you call those mushrooms, I think they are Hen of the Woods.

  4. I’m not sure what they are. I’ve seen a lot of different types of mushrooms in the area I live in. I never check to see what kind they are, maybe I should start.

  5. The mushrooms look interesting. The ones we see are very redish and yellow almost neon like. Probably poison to eat but great to photograph.
    Have a wonderful evening and week, Vicki.

  6. Lately I’ve been craving Christmas movies, too. I watched a few on the Hallmark Channel over the weekend. They were so good and puts you right in the holiday spirit 🙂

  7. Those mushrooms are amazing! Good photo. My husband and I have been hooked on Hallmark movies for several weeks now. They are addictive. I recommend them.

    • I’ve found a lot of mushroom piles in my yard as well as my daughters yard. I think they look neat. I’ve loved every Christmas movie I’ve watched so far.

  8. I have a list of Christmas movies a mile long that I must see but I’ve only watched two so far and one of them was new, The Christmas Chronicles. My must-see list:

    Christmas Vacation
    Home for the Holidays
    Christmas with the Kranks
    Jingle All the Way
    Deck the Halls
    Love Actually
    The Family Stone
    It’s a Wonderful Life
    It Happened on 5th Avenue
    A Christmas Story
    The Nightmare Before Christmas (although I sometimes watch this on Halloween)

    My husband would add Trading Places, Die Hard and Lethal Weapon.

    And of course all the TV shows like Rudolph, Frosty, Charlie Brown, Grinch.

    I really need to get on the ball and start watching!

    • Wow, thanks for the list! I haven’t seen some of these so I’ll be checking them out. My kids loved The Nightmare Before Christmas when they were younger.

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