Oh May, why are you in such a hurry to leave? Despite the spell of unseasonably warm weather, there’s a definite cold bite in the air at night and I can tell you’re making way for Winter *sigh* Anyway, I can’t say I got up to much this month, but here we go….
Making: some progress on my knitted throw, but conceding that it may not get finished until next year. Or perhaps, the year after that.
Cooking: nothing really.
Drinking: coffee, water and some tea. I think I’m getting better at drinking water.
Reading: or should I say re-reading, ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ by Stephen Chbosky.
Wanting: to do so much around the home, but not knowing where to start.
Looking: for home interior and garden inspiration. Still.
Deciding: to no longer visit Japan this year and to instead visit my Paternal Grandparents in the USA.
Wishing: money didn’t have to be an issue.
Enjoying: good conversations with The Bestie.
Waiting: for news regarding my annual leave.
Liking: the sunshine and unseasonably warm Autumn weather. It almost feels like Spring.
Wondering: what that soreness/light pain around my right hip muscle is all about.
Loving: the Vivid Sydney Festival.
Pondering: why people think being a social worker is a good job, and if I’m doing enough to live up to that job title.
Considering: a drastic wardrobe clean out.
Hoping: family will be okay.
Marvelling: at the stupidity of the Australian government. Seriously, who voted for them?
Needing: to start doing some light yoga again.
Smelling: like Cherry Blossom from L’Occitane.
Wearing: dresses, but with tights, and my Younger Sister’s coat.
Following: nothing or nobody in particular.
Noticing: the lemons slowly turning yellow on my little lemon tree. 😀
Knowing: I could be doing more.
Thinking: too much about McDonald’s fries.
Admiring: people who are commited to blogging.
Sorting: out other people’s lives.
Buying: black pleather pants and wondering if I’ll ever wear them.
Saving: up for a sooner-than-expected trip.
Getting: harder to wake up on time in the mornings.
Disliking: how many times I get asked if I’m married or have a boyfriend. Also, that drive to work in the morning. Grr…
Opening: boxes of treats sent to me and The Parents from my Younger Sister in Japan. Thanks Sis!
Giggling: with work colleagues, and friends over dinner.
Feeling: content with my lot in life.
There’s not much more to say really. It feels like a lot happened in May, but at the same time, not much really happened. Don’t you hate that feeling?