Time to reflect on the week just gone (at great speed again!) and I'm grateful for this thinking pause - time to act and not just react.
First thing I'm grateful for is my DS who is now 21 - he was a tiny scrap when born but is now towering over me at 6ft+. The champagne is still in the fridge to share - enjoy your time with Vicky in Kent.
I'm also grateful for the authors who have entertained me this week - a missing mojo and draining humidity and heat have combined to leave me feeling limp and uncreative. I've been able to sit back and lose myself in some light and funny novels. OH is not impressed with my latest read though - as the weather has cooled I've gone back to my first love and am now reading "Five Ways to Kill a Man" by Alex Gray - he asked if I was hinting!
I am grateful to the weather in that it has allowed me to tackle the washing mountain - it is no more, it has disappeared and everything is ready to go back to Bristol when needed. Shame the same can't be said for the ironing basket...but that's for next week!
I'm grateful for my luck which this week has been good. Pat phoned me on Monday to say I'd won a prize in the AMOM b'day draw. She chose for me and I'll see what it is tonight. Yesterday I found I'd won a customised mini album from Ally on WeScrap - I've chosen "Soccer" as I have some fun photos for that. Thank you you lovely people!
And finally... tonight I'm going to an evening crop at A Maze of Memories - four hours of scrapping, gossip and goodies. Bliss! I have my photos and supplies sorted and I even know what I'm going to do with them!!
Hope your week has been good to you.