I don’t know if you noticed but I am suffering a bit from writer’s block lately. The posts just don’t come easy for me right now. But what do you do when you don’t know what to write? You keep writing (in the hopes that the mojo will come back to you — or me, for that matter).
I thought I would share some random thoughts today about my weekend and current life in general.
+ I finished our taxes on Friday. Hallelujah. I started our tax return back in February and usually let it sit for just a little while, before going over it one more time and submitting it. Well, I procrastinated and here we were in April already and I just wanted to get that damn thing out. Do you do the taxes in your house? Or do you have a significant other or tax accountant who takes care of it?
+ I rewarded myself with a cup of tea and my new Runner’s World magazine afterward. I just love winding down on the couch with a hot beverage and a magazine.
+ Saturday night, J and I had a craving for Thai food and if there is one hard-and-fast rule that I always obey is that you should absolutely and immediately give in to such cravings. Am I right?
+ I mentioned having good eyesight in my latest post. Between you and me, I think my eyesight might be just average (although I still don’t need any glasses — yet! Knock on wood!), but I do have a thing for catching little details that often get overlooked. Like this beautiful heart-shaped leaf in our front yard hedge. Isn’t it pretty? I love that it’s red, too.
+ I ran a (virtual) 5k with one of my Facebook Groups this weekend and even though running a virtual race is very different from running an actual, organized race with other people, I love when groups of friends (even if all of them live in different states) get together and commit to a common goal. We even got shirts (not pictured) and medals!
+ Today would have been my great-aunt’s 95th birthday. She’s been gone for a little over 4 years and I still miss her dearly and think about her so often. I wish she was still with us and we could celebrate her today.