Well, it has been quite the month! Father’s Day, family birthdays, an overseas trip, and my girl farewelled to live in London for a few months! Certainly a month of cheers and tears! So a good time to take stock, don’t you think?
Watching: season two of Ozark. Gosh, I like Jason Bateman!
Reading: A Man Called Ove. I think I’m enjoying it. I keep falling asleep after a few pages of reading. Maybe it’s lingering jet lag.
Cooking: salmon for dinner tonight.
Eating: an almond croissant with our morning coffee this morning. Well, we shared it so that’s not too bad is it? And we had been for a long walk.
Looking: at my latest weaving and wondering if I need to add just a touch more colour.
Hearing: birds twittering outside.
Pondering: what’s to come. It’s a time of transition. The girl’s away, the boy is probably not at home for too much longer. I have no concerns about occupying my time but I’d like to do something with some meaning to it.
Enjoying: a STUNNING day in the gardens today celebrating the arrival of a new little person to our world.
Wearing: jeans, jumper, scarf and realising that the day was far too warm for such attire!
Knowing: I really need to get back to doing some baking for the family.
Coveting: this skirt. I think it would be lovely for the warmer months.
Buying: just the necessities at the moment.
Remembering: happy days with my girl in Copenhagen, Stockholm and London. We’ve never done a mumma-daughter trip before so it was a bit special!
Noticing: that there was a lot of hygge in Copenhagen! Yep. You could FEEL it. Pace of life seemed a little slower, people were out chilling with friends no matter the day of the week, the candles that were EVERYWHERE. I liked it!
Grumbling: at the changed position of the emoji key on my iPad. Gah! Whenever I’m intending to hit a numeral or symbol I wind up with emojis flashing onto my screen. So annoying! Change it back please!!!
Liking: being back on my home turf. I feel so fortunate to have had the opportunity to visit other parts of the world but I am a home girl. You know the old ‘wherever I lay my hat, that’s my home’? Nup, not really for me. Not for any great length of time. I have a pretty strong bond to my hometown!
Making: time to catch up with friends. Thank goodness for messenger. Makes it so easy to do social planning!
Waiting: to catch up with my girl on face time tonight. Bloody love modern communications! Makes it so much easier to cope with the absences of our nearest and dearest.
Hope your September has been a happy one!