Welcome to my Weekend Coffee Share, hosted by Natalie the Explorer. Green Tazo tea with ginger is my wakeup elixir for this morning. How about you?
Bixby and I are on the porch in mild temperatures. However, the wind is quite gusty, and I read that it’s going to usher in some quite cooler temperatures. They say March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb. It was raining throughout the day yesterday. Thus started my Spring Break.
I will say this, the rain certainly inspires our greenery to be even greener!
I wasn’t bothered by the weather, though. I left work yesterday and headed to the mall, where I bought some super comfortable shoes. They are also cute, though you can’t tell they have zippers on the sides.
They are sort of a sneaker style, but the material kind of dresses them up. Work wear, in my opinion.
After the mall, I went to meet my boyfriend. We spent some time together and had excellent barbecue for dinner! We also watched Curb Your Enthusiasm and laughed out heads off. We are both Seinfeld fans and have an odd sense of humor. 😆
So, I get to rest and blow off steam for a week. I really need that. I’m not sure what’s up today, but I’m sure I’ll have some family time. I hope to get some writing done for Ellie’s story in the upcoming days. Tomorrow afternoon, I’ll be going with my boyfriend and some friends to the Celtic Fest, my favorite activity to ring in the spring!
Never mind that I’ll have to be layered up for Celtic Fest. It was cancelled two years in a row due to COVID-19. I’m so excited to go again. I’ll soak up the laughter and great music. Who says there can’t be a Springtime of the soul in the midst of chilly, gray weather?
Have a great weekend all, and a happy week to follow!
*Currently rereading Wuthering Heights
*Currently writing Ellie, the Time Traveler
*Currently loving the music of Albannach and playing Wordle or Blokudoko
4 thoughts on “Weekend Coffee Share, Spring Forward”
Pam, Those shoes look comfy and stylish. I hope you have a wonderful spring break. Thank you for your #weekendcoffeeshare.
Thank you, Natalie!
I don’t have a memory of Florida being as cool as you describe. My visits there were a wild combination of fast, mostly indoors working or one trip to Disney world and one to Jacksonville for different work. In my mind, being in FL = being hot and humid. If I were there now, I’d be soaking up that weather trying to rewrite my mental image of your state.
Yes, I will say, it was a nice break from the usual humidity!
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