still feeling a little bit lost without my family. It’s a lingering feeling that is hard to describe to people, especially when your family lives in a different country/culture. It’s so much more than the physical distance that makes your heart ache.
eating my feelings in chocolate chip ice-cream. Don’t mind if I do in 100+F weather.
listening to old audio books from my childhood. We downloaded a few for my niece and nephew to listen to in the car during our road trip and I’ve gotten nostalgic over how well I remember some of them (and wondering how many times I must have listened to them as a child to remember them so well!).
celebrating the fact that I’ve gotten my Feedly reader from 1,078 down to 275 unread posts in the last few days. I am not one to “mark all unread posts as read” and move on with my life. I, at least, glance over blog titles, and only remove the ones that I am not (currently) interested in, or the ones thatI have glanced over, read or bookmarked for later. 275 seems like a much more manageable number already.
looking forward to a low-key week and a visit at the Farmers Market again next weekend.
cheering for the Red Sox even though they have major issues this season. Sigh.
drinking homemade, ice-cold Arnold Palmer‘s. So refreshing
loving the necklace that my sister gave me.
confessing that I have a love-hate relationship with #hashtags. I find them useful to categorize photos (or add some extra information to a capture), but generally get annoyed when someone uses too many hashtags or crazy-long made-up ones. Just me?
keeping in mind that there need to be low times if you also want to experience the highs!