|waterlogged from Tuesday's morning walk|
Hoping spring is finally here.
Planning our sixth visit to Beaufort, South Carolina. We skipped last year (too much wedding preparation to allow a weekend away); will be fun to see what's new...and what's still the same.
Enjoying the Women in the Gospels bible study we're doing at church through Lent. This is the first study like this we've done - women only, led by one of our women pastors. There's nothing like a thought-provoking bible story to foster meaningful discussion.
Reading more than usual. After Tuesday's post, I got completely sucked into finishing The Orchid House; happy tears through the ending! Now I'm determined to finish A Wedding in December before the next round of book club books starts. I'm also savoring When Women Were Birds and slowly re-reading Thomas Moore's The Re-enchantment of Everyday Life.
Knitting the same things I shared last week, although there has been noticeable progress on Tsubasa (all I have left is neck and arm bands and two seams) and the first linen scarf (I've got a 2" ball of yarn left to knit on the first one). Wednesday I started a Traveling Woman (this is my fifth!) for my prayer pal at church and yesterday I bought yarn for and started another Sundry. This one is for a friend whose husband passed away on Wednesday. It makes me happy that I can create something beautiful to show these women how much they mean to me.
Watching nothing. Marc was away this week and I never turned on the TV. I will be watching Mad Men and Mr. Selfridge...maybe even in real time!
Listening to a backlog of Dinner Party Download and Selected Shorts podcasts. I now have about a dozen podcasts that I listen to regularly and I'm finding it hard to stay caught up. I also have five or six weeks of Craft Lit (Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South) waiting, too.
Eating kale and avocados, strawberries and greek yogurt (and a little less popcorn).
Drinking red wine (still). coffee (of course). and more water.
Wearing my pajamas, but it's nearly time to get changed for yoga... and once I finally get dressed (hopefully before lunch), I'll wear black jeans, a chambray shirt and my Meadow shawl.