Slow Moving Saturday

I’m sitting here with my second cup of coffee wishing I was still in bed.  Ever have days like that?  It started storming yesterday afternoon and it continued through the night.  It still looks like rain outside this morning.  It would definitely be a good day to curl up with a good book.  I can’t believe how much the grass and trees are growing from all this rain.  Before I know it our forest will grow back again!

Speaking of reading.  I haven’t read a book all week.  I have started a couple, but just couldn’t stay with it.  I guess maybe I needed a break, or maybe it was the books not appealing to me.  What ever it is I hope it goes away.  I have my goal of 100 books to read this year.  And I would really like to meet that goal.

I have fibromyalgia and this weather plays havoc with my body.  It won’t kill you, but it sure makes you miserable at times.  Hubby worries about me.  He has a hard time with the concept that I can’t stay in bed because I am having pain.  And he thinks food makes everything OK.  I am so blessed to have him in my life.  He is always there for me no matter what.

So, as I was sitting here I was thinking about cows.  That’s right, I said cows.  I am surrounded with them in my office.  Or at least half of my office.  Hubby and I actually share our office.  So on his side he has sports memorabilia.  We each have our own desks and desk top computers.  He hates when anyone touches his computer, but let that computer ask him a question and he calls me to take care of it.  LOL

We have live cows that live on the small farm across the field behind us.  I love to hear them moo, especially at night while I am lying in bed.  We used to have a farmer across the highway from us who had quite a few cows, but he moved away and took his cows with him.  😦  But that’s OK, I have my own herd all over my house.  I have 25 cow cooking jars here in my office alone.  They make me smile.  No matter what my mood, it always improves when I look at my cows.  Take a look.  See what I mean?

Stay dry and enjoy your day!

About Wanda

I am a Catholic widow, mother, grandmother, friend and according to my kids just a little bit crazy. My faith is paramount in my life. Spending time with my family, especially my four grandchildren is one of my most treasured blessings. I love Redskins football, Phillies baseball, NASCAR, quilting, genealogy and I am a bibliophile and struggling blogger.
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