Some wholesome fun with my honey.
Reading A Severe Mercy, still! I'm reading about the couple's conversion to Christianity and how it affected their marriage. There's a lot to think about so I've been reading it slowly and thoughtfully.
Writing some thoughts, notes, and lists.
Listening to an Airborne tablet fizzle in my water glass. I've been feeling under the weather for the past few days.
Thinking about how much better it is to go through life with a companion and best friend always at your side. I've been feeling low lately--emotionally and physically--and my husband has not only put up with me but has gone out of his way to listen to me, encourage and cheer me, and empathize with me.
Smelling my grapefruit Airborne drink. I actually think it tastes good!
Wishing my husband didn't have to travel for the next few days. I'm going to miss him.
Hoping for a great week ahead!
Wearing skinny jeans that are ripped at the knees but too comfortable to throw away, and one of my husband's shirts. I just changed and this outfit feels just right for the day.
Drinking Airborne. I promise, this is the last time I'll mention it.
Loving good, simple, fun at home. Last night, we played a round of Bananagrams before making lasagna together, then we watched a great documentary that inspired a lot of talk. I love nights like that.
Wanting my health to kick back into gear. My body is a bit out of whack these days.
Needing a piano tuning. The tuner is coming in the morning and I'm looking forward to practicing on a freshly tuned piano tomorrow afternoon.
Feeling just ok. But I think that's alright. I'm about to click through some of the other Sunday Currently posts, so maybe that will cheer me up!
Clicking on Netflix (well, last night we were). We watched a documentary called The Business of Being Born and it was both beautiful and fascinating. I loved it. If you're interested in the idea of natural delivery and midwives and home birth, you should definitely watch it. Childbirth is truly miraculous!
(Linking up with Lauren.)