Saturday, April 09, 2005

What does Saturday morning feel like? (April '05)

Breezes carrying scents of orange blossoms mixed with pink jasmine, melancholy tunes of Duncan Sheik, sipping espresso from my oversized mug while wearing an oversized fleece robe, green shade trees happily swaying back and forth, the sounds and sights of the neighborhood slowly waking up...

Today I will attempt my mother's recipe for banana bread again... I will run errands and attempt to conquer the world of clearance shopping while looking for some summer accessories for the home... I will meet with a lovestruck couple about doing their wedding and attempt to conquer the world of "selling" myself as the best photographer for their special day... I will attempt to stop the invasion of ants and the rest of the army they bring with them... I will attempt to find my green thumb while planting some seeds... I will attempt to revive the student in me by picking up that history book I've been wanting to get reaquainted with...

Will I be successful at any of these attempts? Who cares! It's the weekend ... I get to play! And this is how I chose to do so!

What does YOUR Saturday morning feel like?!

1 comment:

MUM said...

Here in Oregon we have many tulips, daffy-daffodils, lilacs, azaleas and camellias (I did not say 'Camillas'), and the colors are profuse. In fact just yesterday I was driving some visitors around and they too were noticeing the vibrant purples, oranges, yellows, fuchsias, pinks and coral colors ... as well as the beautiful GREEN trees sprouting their summer coats. What fun it is to see such beautiful nature scenes ... I'm thankful for my eyesight and God's wonderful free gifts that we get to observe in the Spring!
Good luck on that Banana Bread Lor, it's been good all the many years I've been making it, and a very simple recipe!
This Saturday I'm changing bedsheets, continuing to unpack from our trip, making grocery lists then will plan on visiting with your grandparents a bit. Later too I'd like to do some reading, as well as plant some of my baby fuchsia starts in their hanging basket homes.
So that's what's on tap for MY Sat.
I hope YOUR day is a good one!
Love to you, MUM


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