I can feel the ‘ahh’.
I chose the patio umbrella for my reading. It’s a little nippy out there this morning, but that’s why I knit. I just throw on something cozy enough to read out there in the early morning chill. It works.
I cut some of the peonies, added some bleeding heart stems for fill and it spiffed up the view from the kitchen.
Of course, I believe in leaving some peonies on the bush so I have something to look at out the living room window.
Today, I have a date . . . with the Corleone Family. I make no apologies for never having seen any of the Godfather movies. They are rated ‘R’ and as a single parent and now single gram raising a child, I’ve always been too tired to stay up and watch movies after Angel or Goodnight went to bed. Seems like a Retirement Internship, while GN is at school is a good time to spend the day with Brando, Pacino, et al. I really liked Talia Shire in the Rocky movies, so I’m looking forward to seeing her play Connie Corleone.
As you can see in the photo below, I have my Retirement Internship supplies handy. The blue and white scarf in progress is not a late Super Scarf, but it is part of a very large promise I made to myself when I went to Indianapolis for the Super Bowl. More on that promise at another time.