February isn’t normally a busy month for me, but it is this year. Since COVID, I try not to book more than three things during the week, but so far, that has been more of a dream than a reality. I’ve also been battling some health issues and depending on which doctor I see, new tests are added so they have me running back and forth to the lab a lot. I have an appointment to assess all the results mid-month so I should have answers soon.
Little Jinxy was spayed this week! Her mama says she is doing well. She will be 5 months on the 11th. This was taken right after surgery.
A quick bite to eat and then I am off to see the students. Today is baptism day and we do have a few students signed up to take the plunge. It’s exciting and it’s fun to celebrate with them.
On Friday the 10th, my church is hosting Tim Tebow’s Night to Shine, a prom event for those with special needs. This will be my third time serving at this event. This time, I am on the corsage/boutonniere team. I cannot emphasize enough how wonderful it is to see these happy guests. It’s really an amazing night. Looking forward to it.
On Saturday night I am going to a choir concert to see some of our students. I had a bday party to go to too but it got cancelled.
I finished Exiles. Review should be up soon. Next up, Black Cake for book club.
Still haven’t settled on a show to watch.
- My new essential oil diffuser. I’ve always wanted one. It’s so relaxing to set it up and let it go. I find it to be very comforting while reading.
- My daughter found a new studio apartment for the next school year. It’s right next door to where she is so it’s still across the street from the school but she will have her own space and they are cat friendly for a fee. Oddly enough, her current roommate will ALSO be in the building with her own studio. Can you believe that after this semester, she will be in year 3 of college?
Do you own a diffuser? I bought a fairly inexpensive one this time around but it seems to work great. Now, I need more oils. The one I have changes colors and the pup loves it.