Flowers, books, and more

Flowers for our garden, Matthew and Mama Jude at Ritual Salon

The day started with a quick visit to our fabulous stylist Matthew for a bang trim, followed by a stop at the downtown library (because we always need more books even when we don’t).

Then I got to pass out my homemade hamentashen to Mama’s memoir writing class, which I really enjoyed as I miss sharing my baking with colleagues.

While Mama was in class, I went to Costco and found these gorgeous flowers in the garden center. They’re resting comfortably (and warmly) in our dining room tonight, but they’ll go to their permanent homes in our backyard this weekend.

Today’s #OneGoodThing was flowers, books, and more with Mama. And many thanks to Matthew at Ritual Salon in Santa Rosa! What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments!

Day 73 of 365. And Day 1,169 in a row (here’s the first 366, & the following 365, & the third year of 365 good things)!

1 year ago today: No more dog food for the mice

2 years ago today: Lap full of Bostons

3 years ago today: A super helpful, stylish stranger

10 thoughts on “Flowers, books, and more

  1. “Fringe” – say that word a few times. It starts to sound weird – or is that just me? But at least it is a sensible word for the hair that lies on your forehead, whereas “bang”, or “bangs” makes no sense whatsoever.

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    • I like the word fringe for bangs, but sadly no one here would know what I’m talking about. I have found some British words just slip into my vocabulary from all the British TV shows we watch. Perhaps I’ll mix it up 🙂

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