“Take life day by day, and be GRATEFUL for the little things. Don’t get stressed over, what you can’t control.”
It’s that time of the year to dress up in your favorite costume and be create it. My grandkids are not exception they have been planning which character they want to be this year. My little princess who will be three in a few weeks decides for this year to be a witch.
On Friday all of our schools in our school district have a Halloween party. It’s a fundraiser and everyone from each school participates. There is a lot of food, games, dance, and prizes for the best costumes. My little one puts her witch costume and she has so much fun.
After all the fun she was tired and went to bed in her costume. She is excited and can wait for next week Halloween day when she will dress up again with her witch costume and trick or treat around our neighborhood.
“Gratitude makes sense of our Past, Brings Peace for Today, and Creates a vision for Tomorrow”.~ Melody Beattie
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “ground.” Use it as a noun or a verb in any tense (i.e. grind). Have fun! hosted by Linda G. Hill.
We have our last warm day on Tuesday. I went to my grandson’s football game; it was a gorgeous day 70 degrees. Here are some pictures…
The people were enjoying the day, walking, others mowing their lawns, or decorating for Halloween. The sun was shining and my flower garden still blooming like it was spring and summer.
By Wednesday the temperatures begun to drop. A blanket of snow on Thursday and by yesterday the snow begin covering the grounds, the winds pick up, and boom everything is covered.
My plans for today finishing reading a book I just got from a newly author. Finish my Halloween decorations and spend time with my husband.
These pictures are from this morning and still coming down heavy. Have a great weekend.
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “-tast-.” Find a word that contains “tast” and use it in your post. Enjoy!
Lately I’m doing SoCS prompt on Sunday morning when I’ve the chance to sit and enjoy a quiet morning and a tasteful coffee. It’s the only time I can do some writing, sit, and relax. Otherwise, I’m cleaning, working, cooking, or watching my granddaughter. She’s two and full of energy with an imagination and love for painting. As a ginger she’s a tough girl and funny. My eyes are on her at all time, because her final touches would be on her arms and face. She thinks it’s funny.
The only time I’ve a break from not watching her it’s on the weekends. My Saturdays are for cleaning, groceries shopping, and laundry. Sunday morning is my time and do you see I said it’s only the morning, because as soon my husband is up the quietness is gone. So here I am in my quiet living room having my tasteful coffee going into my second cup and enjoying the moment.