The Monday's just keep rolling around.
♥Good day, blog friends. I hope everyone had a great weekend. Mine was nice and relaxing compared to weekends past. I taught my first kids yoga class on Saturday morning and as usual when I teach, I learned some new lessons myself. ;o) I have a bit of preparing to do before the next class this weekend, and I'm up for the challenge. On the flip side, it was my fourth week teaching restorative yoga, and that class is feeling so comfortable for me. Teaching restorative yoga might be my new favorite. ♥
My gosh. It rained every day last week! Our ground is wet and soggy and there are so many weeds in our yard! Doug pulled a bunch in the front yard, and I worked on a little patch in the turtle habitat. See the painter's drop cloth in the upper right corner of the next photo? It covers the small hut that Rex and Casper are currently hibernating under. And all the green in the photo = weeds.
They aren't all that photogenic, eh? And by the time the browned ones came out of the oven the light for more photos wasn't great. End result is that Doug liked them ok, and IF I ever make them again I'll use butter in the recipe (instead of shortening) and roll them a lot thinner. Anyway, if anyone ever asks? Sure! I've made saltine crackers before! ;o)
And now a new week. Sweet prayers for Doug this morning as he has eye surgery. It will be a partial work day for me while I provide transportation for him, to and from the surgical center. My calendar is full all week. On one hand that thrills me, on the other hand I feel tired, quite frankly. Oh well! No sense fretting about it...it's nothing that yoga can't help me handle.
Wishing you all a week filled with deep breaths and blessings.
Let's do this...