A Quick Glimpse
What a great weekend. Never long enough though, are they? It was however, jam packed to perfection.
I listed a new OOAK Premade logo, loving hands, in the shop on Friday.
We had a sunset ride through Exeter, the next town over, on our way to our friends', Ralph and Cathryn, house for dinner Friday night.
Ralphie made us delicious baked fresh haddock he caught that day, and he and Cathryn sent us home with leftovers and fresh haddock fillets. Yes please, and thank you.
We spent time out in the sunshine on Saturday, starting spring clean up which involves an unbelievable amount of raking. More to come at the end of today...an so on and so on and so on. The before looks so sad, I will be happy when I can show you the after, but it will be awhile. G said to me, 'this will take us a good week of nonstop work just to get the yard raked'. I said, 'I know, let's not talk about it, let's just do. It will be less painful'.
I was going to go for a walk at the beach yesterday morning, but I felt like doing a little creating away from my desk. So instead, I sat out back in the sunshine and did a little sketching and watercolor doodling.
We enjoyed a very bountiful Easter dinner at sister Di and brother in law Al's followed closely by the Egg Hunt.
It was so nice to have some time away from the computer to recharge. A full week would be super special, but for now, I'll take what I can get. It's been a long time since I stayed away from the computer and work the entire weekend. Can you say 'aaaaahhhhh'?
How was your weekend? Was it relaxing? Was it go go go busy? Was it filled to the brim with friends, family and food?
The sun is shining today on this Patriots' Day/ Marathon Monday. I hope and pray for an uneventful race for all those running and watching from the sidelines in Boston today. There are so many people running to raise money for various causes, and so many running in memory of those we lost last year as well as the survivors. I wish them the strength to finish strong!
Make it a great day, it's a great day to have.
Ciao for now,