This past week my girls were on their Winter Break. It really felt like a vacation, even though I continued seeing clients and holding meditation circles as usual. I feel nourished and rested. My blogging mentor asked if I’d retired from blogging because I haven’t posted. (hopefully you noticed too.) But I’ve been reconnecting with my girls, with friends, with family, and with myself. I wanted to share with you the events of the week. Hope you like it.
We spent a weekend in Maine visiting my sister
The snowstorm kept us from visiting the beach,
but we had fun talking, catching-up, eating, and watching movies.
Enjoyed a magnificent view at dusk from what feels like The Top of the World driving home, overlooking VT, NH, & MA
Had hot chocolate with Maria & Nancy. They’re always present with support, encouragement, brainstorming, and innovative ideas. Thank God for these two friends
Went museum-ing and lunching with my Delaney in Williamstown, MA. We talked, laughed and just absorbed the artwork.
Visited my brand new grand niece Nora! Amazing miracle. My sister was present for the birth, but she didn’t get in the photo.
Had a raucous Game Night with big family of friends. Laughed, yelled, hooted, slammed, and battled our way through many hands of Spoons. Who ever said board games are dull never played with this particular group. Sadly, we were too disorganized to take any photos.
Experienced having an only child. Delaney went away for a few days. Marleigh and I bonded over Pinterest, AC Moore, and painting and craft projects. Good heart-to-hearts. We also realized how much we miss Delaney.
Had dinner and gaming with my sister, brother-in-law, and niece visiting from D.C. I love my family.
Went to a skin care party and experienced a wonderful facial. Do any of you use Kara Vita products? I’d love to hear your reports and experience with this product if you do.
Winter vacation week is winding down. The girls are putting the finishing touches on vacation assignments and projects. We’re heading out shortly to have spaghetti with my parents. We didn’t travel to Hawaii, or Bhutan, or Rome this past week, as much as we;d have loved to. We stayed near home. But together and apart, we had days of rich, happy experiences. We slowed down, we didn’t have long days of scheduled events. We took each day as it came and chose what we wanted for each day. We talked, resolved issues, ate good food, absorbed beautiful scenes and art, laughed, played, connected with good people, created and completed projects. I feel tired, yet refreshed at the same time; nourished in body, mind, and spirit.