all we get, whether it is enough or
not enough, and the obvious conclusion
would seem to be at the very least we
are fools if we do not live it as fully
and bravely and beautifully as we can."
~ Frederick Buechner
Officially spring doesn't begin until
next Friday, but here in the south it
has arrived early. I am trying not to
be bitter that I never saw the first snow
flake fall this year. I have enjoyed having
all the windows open, although I am
not thrilled with the amount of pollen
that is coating everything, but it does
make the dust a nice pretty yellow.
I'm not the only one who can't keep
up with the dust am I?
The South Carolina state flower, Yellow
Jessamine, is blooming wildly all over,
decorating the tops of trees and bushes
making my walks quite pretty.
I had all of my labs done this week
[I have Graves Disease] and there has
been some adjusting to my medicines
which should help with my energy level.
It has taken me all week, but I am getting
use to the time change and am enjoying
getting in an extra walk after dinner.
I gave up drinking coffee two years, but
several times lately I have been hearing
about bulletproof coffee, have you tried
it? I am wondering if it's really worth
all the hype and if I should give it a try?
I made gluten free cheese muffins and
they were actually edible. I also tried
a new to me quinoa patty recipe that
was pretty good. I did add lots of fresh
chopped garlic and more broccoli to
the recipe, but then I really like broccoli
You know that there is always knitting
in my day and so far I am pleased with
how the baby blanket I am knitting is
coming along. I hope to be done in
the next few days, especially since the
baby's due date has been moved up.
I hope you are living each day fully
and you have a weekend filled with
beauty and happiness.