Sunday, February 15, 2015


At some point you just have
to let go of what you thought
should happen and live in what
is happening.

~ Pinterest


ReadingThe Nightingale and it is wonderful,
I highly recommend!
Drinking Lemon, ginger and honey tea because I've been
sick and I am trying to avoid pneumonia.
Loving Puffin yarn ,so soft and plush.
Knitting Wool Leaves for my future grandson.
Watching The Judge because I heard it was amazing.
Eating scrambled eggs because the girls have been
Feeling inspired  from the 28 Moments e course, I
am taking.
Planning on drawing more each day because it's
fun and I need to finish a few projects.
Laughing at my sweet girl who arrived as a Valentine's
super hero and gives the sweetest hugs.
Hoping to do a little weaving by the end of the week.
Wishing you a week filled with bright and wonderful
surprises like the one I found blowing in a tree.

Weekending with Karen


  1. oh, crum-bunnies. so sorry you are feeling under the weather. snuggle in for the cold blast and feel better soon! (you continue to amaze me.....look at your drawing!!!! and now, weaving, too!!! is there anything you can't do????)

  2. Love love love the quote. I love reading what is occupying and inspiring you these days. So sorry you aren't feeling well. Lots of love to you Tracey.
    ps. your drawing--gasp, awe, love...

  3. How talented are you? You must draw much more Tracey - that is simply lovely. I hope you feel better soon- (I drink Lemon Ginger tea even though I am not sick (-my fav)

  4. I am blown away by your drawing! You are a woman of many talents!! Hope you'll feel better soon!

  5. Wow, Tracey, your drawing is beautiful, I had no idea you could draw. Such a talented lady you are. I do hope you are feeling better soon.

  6. I couldn't agree more with the quote you featured today. I'm having a problem right now living in the now so thank you for the reminder.

    You are one talented lady! That drawing is amazing, I can't wait to see more of your drawings. Here's to a great upcoming week with some get well prayers being sent your way.

  7. Awesome picture you are drawing! I can't draw stick figures and make them looks right. Hope your super hero girl brought some healing power to you and your feel better!

  8. You scared me with that Mention of pneumonia. Please pamper yourself. It is so cool how you have hens who lay so many eggs. We love eggs here.

  9. Your drawing is always amaze me with your talents!! You made me want to learn more about photography and now it might be drawing....and of course your knitting is always beautiful : ) Hugs!!!

  10. Oh get well soon Tracey. I thought you hadn't been around as much lately. I was about to email to see if you were ok. I believe that star anise is very good for your chest too. I usually add one in my cold drinks, plus a crush clove of garlic.
    Your drawing of your little valentines hero.
    Take care of yourself,

  11. I hope you feel better right away, Tracey! I'm loving everything in your photos, especially those sweet Valentine's smiles :) xo

  12. Wishing you well, love! Happy to hear your are doing all you can to prevent pneumonia.
    Other than a case of the ickes, everything else sounds and looks wonderful!

  13. All wonderful things. That yarn does look amazing! Hope you feel better soon.
    May I ask what your symptoms are? I've just finished my respiratory system unit in my herbal studies course, maybe I could throw a few more herbs at you to help out. :-)

  14. Your drawing is beautiful, Clover. I hope you start to feel better soon. You are in my prayers. xo

  15. Glad you are doing lots of 'ing' Tracey - what a great post title -be well my friend xxx

  16. I love your drawing & your adorable little super hero! Plus I can't wait to read The Nightingale ...thanks for recommending it!

  17. I love the pencil sketch, so pretty! Haven't read the Nightingale, but it looks good! :)

  18. I see you have your buddy with you!! Growing bigger each time you post a photo. For some reason I did not know you drew and my what talent!! love the sketch. Also love the title to the post, clever.

  19. our girls have been busy, too. I'm amazed at how much my children enjoy learning how to perfectly cook an egg over easy. :)

  20. Can't wait to see what you come up with on the loom! I'm still over the moon that I have my loom now. :-)