Celebrate the Small Things
L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge
Tonja Drecker @ Kidbits Blog
As I'm writing this post, its thundering and lightning and raining. I love these storms, once in a while. We needed the rain. I can't complain, it's been gorgeous here. The pool is open, although, too cold for me, but my son and hubby jumped in...
It's such a pleasure to see my gardens thriving. I'm looking forward to the buds flowering.
What are your small celebrations this week?
I wouldn't be swimming in a storm, that's for sure.ReplyDelete
What movie did you see? I know you said it would have to be a girl type film.
Money Monster. Was good, but predictable.Delete
Thunderstorms have rolled through here the last couple of days, too. We definitely need the rain. Hope you enjoyed your movie outing. Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
We could use some of that rain in Sacramento! We're having a heat wave -- August weather in June!ReplyDelete
Sending you rain and prayers.Delete
A girl's night out with dinner and a movie sounds like heaven! I hope the rains continue to make your garden thrive. Have a lovely weekend! :)ReplyDelete
You too, Lexa.Delete
Enjoy your evening with friends! We've gotten a lot of rain here this week--lots of flooding in my area, but fortunately we haven't suffered flood damage like some neighborhoods nearby!ReplyDelete
EEk!! Thank God.Delete
We've had thunderstorms the last few days too. I love them, although they tend to flood our road and make getting out a little difficult. Enjoy your evening!!!ReplyDelete
Hope the movie and dinner was fun. Hooray for the good weather. Have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
You Too, Deanie.Delete
Seems to be a theme here. Very heavy rainfall all along the south coast of NSW for the past two days. Are you a golf widow Cathrina?ReplyDelete
Yes, I am...Delete
Enjoy your night out! We had a huge thunderstorm here the other night too. Very unusual in Wellington, especially in the winter. The thunder was loud enough to wake up my younger son who usually sleeps through anything - even the school next door burning down.ReplyDelete
Wow!! Scary. I did enjoy my night out. Thank you Kate.Delete
Meeting friends sounds great! Usually I just enjoy alone time when my husband is out of town. I need some girls!ReplyDelete
Yay for friends, cold pool water, and summer blooms! :)ReplyDelete
I wish I could say it was a thriving garden, but whether California wants to recognize it our not, we're still in a drought. So this year, the garden's going to be slim to none.ReplyDelete
That's great about the garden! Thunderstorms can be fun to watch as long as the power stays on and nothing is damaged.ReplyDelete
I love thunderstorms but Clancy hates them so I don't really get to enjoy them anymore. The poor dog is just so scared of them. :(ReplyDelete
I hope you enjoyed your weekend and had a great dinner & movie night!