I didn’t go to work on Friday. Instead, I luxuriated in bed for hours.
Someone finally came and towed away Justin’s old Infiniti, giving us $150 for it. It would have been nice to get more money for it, but just having that parking space back is enough.
Beautifully sunny 50-something degree weather all weekend long with the windows open and fresh air blowing through the house.
Yoga class on Saturday morning.
Mail with boxes and cards and presents from my mom and brother.
Ordering my present and a few other fun things online and the excitement of anticipating all those wonderful boxes in the mail.
Going out to dinner for my birthday, even if it wasn’t exactly what Justin had planned, at a restaurant that I’ve wanted to explore for a long time, where we’re definitely going visit again.
Having such a great time singing at church that I almost sang my voice out and had to go home and sleep for an hour and a half to recover.
Watching a clever little squirrel perch on the top of the shepherd’s crook holding the bird feeder, climb halfway down, stretch across the space, push the top off the feeder, stick his whole upper body into the thing, and then go back up to the top to munch on what he had grabbed.
Watching that squirrel almost fall off his perch when a large bird shadow blocked out the sun, followed by a flailing leap into a nearby tree.
Justin fixing the laundry room light so we actually have full light in there for the first time in a year instead of this terrible flickering nonsense.
Watching a friend stand on the top of a ladder holding a broom with a dustpan duct-taped to the end trying to scrape sticky Halloween eyeball toys off their living room cathedral ceiling.
Chatting and laughing with my sister on the phone while her daughter hummed.
Curling up in bed and laughing with Justin until it hurt about funny things we saw on the internet.
And several other things, but I think I’ll leave it at that.
2 thoughts on “Highlights of my weekend:”
So glad to hear you had a great birthday. I miss you kids extra much on your birthdays…
Thank you, Mom. I miss you, too! Let’s chat sometime soon! Love you!!
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