I live on one side of the Hudson River. Trader Joe’s is on the other side, far enough away that it’s in a different state. Today, I’m crossing the spectacular Hudson River, over this very bridge, on a quick run to TJ’s. The cupboards are bare, my friends.
I need to take a one day break from rock lifting. I started to clean out the garden beds yesterday and saw lots of little green things springing out of the ground. Ah, spring. What is it about it that lifts my mood? Despite all the stress and the worries, I find my overall mood is much lighter, much happier. And the weather has been so beautiful. Believe me, those of us in the Northeast do not take this unseasonably warm weather for granted. No, we bask in it, we play, we garden, we run around with smiles on our faces!
Miss Scoutie on our walk. This girl is love and spirit and joy and fun. She’s 13. She plays like she’s 3. Every morning she greets me with a smile on her face, happy and excited and playful and ready for a brand new day. How can I not smile and be equally joyful, even though I am far from a morning person? She’s my teacher. So is Riley. I learn from them every day.
There’s that heart on her side. I love my little girl.
Two new scarves are in the shop, if you’re interested. One is in that gorgeous shade of green; I call it apple green or spring green. The other is in a shade of taupe that I’ve fallen in love with. The perfect neutral for your wardrobe. Both are light-as-a-feather blends of bamboo.
I’m experimenting with a larger size photo in my posts. Are they too large or do you like them this way?
Have a wonderful Tuesday.