This week I am thankful for:
The first stalks of rhubarb gathered from the garden and baked into a crunchy, fruity crisp warm from the oven and topped with cold vanilla ice cream. Sigh...
Birthday celebrations for my Dad(#75 - where has the time went) and our son-in-law (very far from #75). Love them both so much.
The perfect breeze on a mild day of sunshine - perfect for laundry on the line.
The kind young Japanese men (each with their own cart full of groceries) insisting I go ahead of them in line with a repeated outstretched hand gesturing toward the check out and an insistent, "Please". Due to a severe language barrier my response was a return gesture of a smile and a simple, "Thank you".
The first strawberries of the season picked fresh from our patch, rinsed and eaten as is.
A day of "puttering" (Do people even use that word anymore?). Days are often full of chores and errands and on and on...but a day with nothing I really "have" to do allows me to putter about, rearrange and straighten without cleaning, browse the internet for ideas rather than paying bills, read, rest and dream.
My own web address for the blog (and grateful help with it - thanks Linda). You can now find me at adandeliondiary.com or continue to use the blogspot address as well.
What are you thankful for?
May your weekend be filled with wonder, laced with peace and bursting with love...
(Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good: his love endures forever. Psalm 118:1)