I've been sitting here for a little while, curled up on my sofa watching the clouds roll in. There's a storm coming in the next few days. We may get a bit of snow, possibly ice. I am really hoping for snow, lots of snow. I keep seeing all my blog friends with their photos of the snow they have. It makes me want to move to a place that has a real winter.
I purchased a bundle of hyacinths to refresh a couple of nosegays I had. The greenery was still quite fresh but the flowers in them had dried up. I think they look pretty. Plus they smell divine.
I used what was left and still fresh to make a small offering for outside.
I had a showing yesterday and was finally able to get into the website to see feedback from previous viewings. I kind of wish I hadn't. All night I just kept thinking about all the negative comments people made. I don't think I'll be going back to that sight again.
I tried an experiment the other day. I took a regular cookie recipe that I had found and converted it to something I could eat that was gluten and refined sugar free.
They aren't what I'm used to, but they are pretty good. I do think they need some more refining. If I can get them to delicious, I'll share the recipe. :-)
I see the doctor tomorrow. Almost two weeks since the incident and I'm still having problems. I hope he'll have some answers for me, that don't involve invasive tests.
I really appreciate the comments and emails about my last post. You guys make me feel like there is someone in the world who cares. In my offline world, there really isn't but a few (very few). So it means a lot to me when you take the time to comment or send me a message.
I hope you are all having a great weekend and that this coming week will be good for you.
ps...I finally succumbed and joined Pinterest last night. I spent three hours playing around without realizing it. That type of time vanish is why I resisted joining for so long. I'm going to have to set time limits each time I get on. Otherwise, I'll never get anything done! :-)
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