Taking Stock: February ’16

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Happy February 29! Have you enjoyed this extra day in the year? Have you made the most of it or just let it drift by like any other day? I thought I would celebrate the day by taking stock of where I am now.

Making: coloured pasta beads for a toddler play date tomorrow

Eating: home made choc chip cookies

Drinking: English breakfast tea

Cooking: balsamic lamb for dinner

Feeling: full after balsamic lamb and choc chip cookies

Wearing: red nail polish

Reading: All the Light We Cannot See

Hearing: chirruping birds

Watching: MKR but only whilst they’re doing the instant restaurants. After that I get a bit bored with it!

Loving: that everyone is now back at school and uni

Coveting: quiet space in my home

Hoping: the possums will find someone else’s plants to feed upon

Wondering: where to go for my birthday lunch!

Marvelling: at the setting sun

Paying: for tickets to New York. Exciting!!

Thinking: I should read Craft for the Soul again

Wondering: who to see at the Comedy Festival. Do we go an old favourite or try someone new?

I hope you have had a lovely day. How are things in your life?  Are you chilled?  Do tell!

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2 thoughts on “Taking Stock: February ’16

  1. With the comedy festival, I think, if you can afford it, try something new and also go to someone you know you’ll love. Actually, you should see Stuart Bowden’s ‘She is Probably Not a Robot’ because he’s someone I know and also quirky and brilliant. How are you finding All The Light We Cannot See? Hope you enjoyed your toddler play date today! I found myself playing Junior Monopoly with a 2 year old and 6 year old last night, it was quite fun! x

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    1. Thank you for the recommendation! We saw Wil Anderson last year and he was excellent but i like to spread my money around! All the Light…is very readable because the chapters are so short, but I also find that a bit frustrating. I’d like to spend a little bit more time with one character to gave time to develop a relationship with them. Did you think the same? More to say when I review it! Fun play date today! We were going to make necklaces but she liked cutting up the wool more and making woolly faces! Great fine motor skill work!

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