“We’re unable to go out, so many of us go in.
Sleep, recharge, pray, meditate, journal.
Reflect on what’s important and what makes us truly happy.
To many, it’s a transition from survival to living.
During times of pain, we are invited to learn new ways of being—to do less and be more.
To reconnect with our true human nature.”
Here is what I have been doing last week:
completed another puzzle:
Sorted out all my CD’s,
Created a Mini Green house out of CD cases, to recycle them
as I found a picture on Pinterest.
I can open the roof as seen on the bottom right picture.
Baked Chocolate Brownie as per Sally’s recipe.
They are super delicious.
Write in my Gratitude journal from Francois.
It brings me so much joy.
Here is the link for the new one, he just created.
Painted some walls to the Bathroom
and exercised/ danced, meditated, read books and much more
I leave you with an upbeat song I dance to,
Dance along with me and have a good and safe week ♥♥♥
We all have time at the moment
as we need to stay at home.
We are not stuck at home,
we are safe at home.
There are so many ideas what we can do.
Here is an update of what I enjoyed and have done:
completed 2 puzzles
fixed my fence and painted it
exercised/ danced, meditated, read books
and rested in the sunshine.
What have you been up to lately?
Liz from Leaping life blog inspired me with her Kitchen Capers.
Liz made her own loaf of bread.
I was itching to make my own bread too.
Looking up James Morton on you tube
I found an easy recipe – a mug bread.
The result was fantastic,
and half the bread was gone within minutes.
Thank you Liz for your yummy post,
I will certainly do it for next weekend again
as we were all so impressed.
My Primula was very busy making more flowers.
Look at the difference from my last post here.
I saw this dessert over at Sally’s Blog. I love Rhubarb and I tried it.
It was delicious and I can only recommend it.
Here is the recipe, really easy to make too!
Off course I did some rhubarb Crumble too , that was too quick eaten before I could take a picture…..
Do you like Rhubarb?
What did you make out of Rhubarb?
Love to try more recipes! Thank you!