It's a pleasure to Celebrate the Small Things each week.
2. Put up the awning and opened the pool. YAY! Looks like summer is approaching.
3. Went to a nice restaurant for dinner and devoured delicious lobster ravioli.
Yikes! I was actually dreading this post. Mainly because I've basically thrown my goals in the trash heap. However, I have a good excuse. I've been helping my daughter daily since the birth of our first grand-baby. She's been sick, but now doing great.
Summer in Buffalo is short lived, so I plan on being outdoors as much as possible. Although, I don't wish to take a writing hiatus. With that said I'll shoot for a minor goal--10k on my current wip by our next post.
Thanks to Misha Gericke for this monthly hop and join here to reach your goal.
I love the approach to summer - so many possibilities. Good luck with your 10k goal!ReplyDelete
Thank You Annalisa!ReplyDelete
Lobster ravioli! It's still breakfast time for me, but I'm already think how I might get a few of those. Glad to hear your daughter is better.ReplyDelete
Thanks, CLee, Lobster ravioli was for dinner last night.Delete
Enjoy the weather while you have it. Take a pic of your gardens and post it.ReplyDelete
I will. When they bloom.Delete
I love that you used the word "puttering." Not enough people do.ReplyDelete
Lobster ravioli-- oh yum.
Cool word, puttering...ThanksDelete
Great celebrations! Enjoy the sunshine, your garden, your grand-daughter and that 10K!!! Happy Summer!ReplyDelete
Thanks, you too, Tyrean!Delete
Oh my gosh, I love lobster ravioli! I'm jealous now lolReplyDelete
You can certainly hit 10k and still enjoy the summer. ;)
I think so, or I hope so!Delete
This week my goals have been in the trash heap too, but I've enjoyed a dinner out. I hope that we recharge our batteries and dive back in to getting those goals done!ReplyDelete
Congrats on new grandbaby! and good luck.ReplyDelete
Nothing wrong with taking a break, it always gives me a kickstart once Iove rested. Best of luck on the 10k! XReplyDelete
Great idea to shoot for a smaller target. Those little bits really can make a difference, even if you still come in under. Once you're back on track, the bits you wrote will come in handy to finish faster.ReplyDelete
Congrats on the grandbaby!
Good luck reaching your 10K goal, and enjoy the summer while it lasts, in the meantime! :)ReplyDelete
Very exciting about your new grandchild, Cathrina, congratulations! Also, good news that you had a yummy special dinner. Hope the Summer is fun for you,even though it's short. Enjoy the weekend.ReplyDelete
I am so happy that your daughter is doing better and you are more able to delight in your grandchild (and to think I thought you just out of college - don't ask me why!)ReplyDelete
Diana at About Myself By Myself
Your writing goal can wait (but not for TOO long, I hope!) Your daughter and her baby must come first. Enjoy the summer and enjoy the new grandchild :)ReplyDelete