Our son informed us this week that our 7 month old grandson was pulling himself up to standing on the living room furniture. “He looks so proud when he does it!” son reported. Oh, to be so proud for such a small (but essentially huge), accomplishment.
What small accomplishments are you proud of? When can small be huge?
Nimue, my tabby, cannot stay away from the tree. She’s too tubby to climb it anymore but the ornaments and the beads are simply too much temptation.
Any advice for keeping her happy but the tree intact?
Well, today is December 1. How are your holiday preparations coming along? I was jolted out of complacency by two Christmas cards this week. Time to get busy!
What do you have left to do for the holidays?
This is a straight up-homage to the day. Not the turkey and football filled day, not the sweet potatoes and pilgrim hat day. For those of us who don’t practice thankfulness as often as we should (including me), today is a day to help us do just that – practice thankfulness.
You’ve heard it before – what are you grateful for?
The egg table went up today. I’m way behind my usual schedule but after an evening of wax and dye I feel pretty good and remarkably relaxed. Between paper crafts and the Ukrainian eggs I am in hobby heaven.
It’s fantasy time. Money and time are no object. What’s a hobby you’d like to try?
I have mentioned before that I serve on a regulatory board in my state. One of my fellow board members often speaks about wearing our “regulatory hats” and making sure we don’t confuse our clinical sensibilities with our regulatory duties. My mind is not regulated, and when she says this I often wonder what a Regulatory Hat looks like. This is what I want my regulatory hat to look like:
This is a hat worn by Lord Nelson. I think it is swell, and would command a lot of respect. You could wear it front to back or side to side, depending on your mood. I may order one tomorrow.
What headgear suits you? What hat expresses your personality? What hats do you wear?