Peace RoseSo I would like to ask you the same questions. I hope you will share your answers in the comments area.
As to short term goals, I am still working on creating dinner entrees from what I have on hand in my freezer and pantry and purchasing only fresh produce each week. It has fueled my creative passion in the kitchen. I have been having a fun time with it and have almost used up the things that have just about been around too long.
I have brought meditation back into my weekly routine. It brings me awareness, a grounded energy, relaxation and peacefulness.
I continue to dance for exercise. Yep. I put on my old favorite dance tunes and I dance my heart out. Just ask my cats; they are never sure just what to make of it, but they all gather around in the room and watch me.
Some things that need changing: Watering our entire yard by hand. Drip system needs to come to our yard, even if David doesn't agree. No one in this day and age should be outside for going on 2 hours every morning watering! Well, unless they want to, and I do not. David has always done it, but these past 15 1/2 weeks with David off his feet and I have to do it have made me decide they need to go in before next summer. I love puttering in the garden, but watering for hours is not high on my enjoyment list. It also makes it more difficult for us to travel because we have to find somet=one to water the yard.
Note to myself: Plant more spring bulbs. A vole ran off with the majority of my Dutch iris, daffodil, and hyacinth bulbs. Little rascal. Our tulip bulbs have been in the ground quite a long time now and this year they did not grow as tall or bloom as well as they have in the past.