I have had a terrific weekend – of course, I always do, since I always do what brings me joy! : >
But my stated goal for the weekend had been to finish outlining for my webguy exactly how I wanted my website updated. Yesterday, I had a massage early on, bought a cute new mouse for my computer, stopped at Cafe DeSales for breakfast and to do some Reiki on my friend Jai.
Came home intending to start on the website, and then distracted myself with a Valentine’s jigsaw puzzle – 1,000 pieces of cupcakes, candy, mousse, cookies, etc, etc, etc. And forgot I had scheduled a client for 1 p m – so was a bit surprised when she walked in. After that, I actually organized the web stuff into piles, and recycled lots of ancient pieces of paper from that pile.
Got up this morning with a real readiness to make gypsy soup, one of my personal all-time favorites, from The Moosewood Cookbook by Molly Katzen. If you ever ate at Myra’s Dionysus,that’s the cookbook Myra used most, and gypsy was often on the menu. It takes a while, and lots of ingredients – and is so rich and warming. Plus I made two big pots, so it will last a bit.
A friend of mine called and asked me to work on his son’s knee, the puzzle was still calling, as was the laundry, I organized some paperwork for one of my sons – and thought about the website.
I’m intending that I will wake up totally energized, with my brain having sorted out all the website details, and that I’ll get it done before I leave for the office in the morning.
Of course, I’ll have to read Paul Krugman in the New York Times first, since it’s Monday. It’s a great life!