I am really enjoying being at home. And quite frankly, I’m enjoying doing a whole lot of nothing. December kept me busier than planned and I’m enjoying some post holiday quiet time.
I’m still busy sorting and cleaning (is that considered part of my quiet time)? I don’t know but it sure feels good to open clean closets and drawers.
I’m really enjoying cooking and baking. I tried another cookie recipe from my new cookbook and also made two huge pots of soup over the weekend. We’ve enjoyed some football. Go Niners!!
I heard this quote at church on Sunday and just love it!
“Life is like a coin. You can spend it any way you wish, but you can only spend it once.” Lillian Dickson
Think about it, I mean REALLY think about it. Life is short, often shorter than it should be. What did you do today? Yesterday? Tomorrow? What kind of legacy do you want to leave? How do you want to be remembered? Are you satisfied with your life? Are you self serving or serving others? Are you cherishing and nuturing your relationships with family and friends?
And, cleaning out my closets reminded me of some yearly tasks: don’t forget to replace your smoke detector batteries and are you well stocked with supplies in case of an emergency (as simple as batteries & candles).
And a little photo to go with my quote….