Write a Love Note to Your Life

Let your life know what you loved about it this week.  Maybe it’ll gift again.

17 thoughts on “Write a Love Note to Your Life

  1. sjmcclelland says:

    I was offered a new job this week – a promotion in another department in my organization. Still working out the details and waiting on the paperwork, but I’m looking forward to the challenge. The best part of the week was a visit from my youngest brother who lives in the US. We met up with one of our cousins who was also in town and drank great local food and beer. Last night, we enjoyed a wonderful dinner of local beef and roasted root vegetables.

  2. I was sick this week so I’ve been in bed with yarn and dogs and got a lot of sleep. Once the throwing up part was over, it’s been lovely, very gloomy outside, lots of warm light and cosy inside and no guilt because I’m recovering.

  3. Jessie says:

    Rejoice!!!! My part of refinishing the kitchen and breakfast room is done.

    I was so pleased I instantly started shellacking the new picture molding for the mezzanine and one of the new bedroom doors. And I was still so energized that when we got home from the Morgan Club christmas party, I did the first light sanding. Of course, eating a huge piece of chocolate cake at the party could have had something to do with that burst of energy.

  4. I’ve been finding things for my new home (bathroom light, carpets to choose from, etc.). Enjoying looking through my photographs for an image for my stove splashback – all that colour always makes me happy.

    Had fun at a friend’s ceilidh last night – and spent time with various artist friends who were all delighted to hear I’ve found a house to buy.

    And I’ve done all my Christmas shopping in a week: lots of lovely things to give to friends and family. It went incredibly smoothly. This morning I designed my Christmas card, and will get it printed tomorrow.

  5. Lynda says:

    Thursday night my younger son and his three children arrived for a visit. For two days I had my children and six of my seven grandchildren together underfoot. It doesn’t get much more joyful than that. The only thing that would’ve made it better would’ve been if my oldest grandson and his wife and the two great grandbabies had been able to be here. But that will be another time.

  6. Brussel Sprout says:

    Finished reports, really enjoyed watching Minion 2 be a very sinister Cheshire Cat in a version of Alice, and last night, had friends round for a farewell dinner – there were 15 of us celebrating surviving our sixth Manx Literary Festival, and it turned out to be a lovely farewell. This year, they asked me to do a Q&A session for our big main event, a conversation with Alexander McCall Smith. For a farewell gift, they got a big print of a lovely photo of both of us laughing and signed it. One of the loveliest presents I’ve received, a great memory captured.

    And I’ve managed two trips to the dump so far and have got Minion 2 to dispense with many books. NOw I have to find homes for the books before Hoarding DH returns for the final pack….I have 11 days of house clearing to do…..

  7. Diane says:

    I got to visit the Bay Area for a work event and had time to see family and friends. And the airfare was picked up by work.

  8. No clue where my post went, and I’d been bragging that I’d whipped jet lag. Anyway, I have a new release tomorrow, One Unforgettable Friday. To honor it, I’m doing a stocking stuffer giveaway on my blog: http://www.robenagrant.com
    There will be 12 items, books, eBooks, trinkets. Leave a comment or just a wave to enter. Begins tomorrow ends Friday. I never get much traffic, so your odds are good. *wink*

  9. Thea says:

    You express my situation well: Nonovirus caught at my 98-year-old MIL’s assisted living facility she’s been in a scant month. Feels so good to feel better, and periods of No Guilt are so rare in my life I’m taking it. And I have a load of second-hand Christmas books to page through. Williams-Sonoma holiday books are high romance, perfect for the season.

  10. Thea says:

    You have from the start been the most generous of authors! So rewarding to watch your progress. Your books are terrific!

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