I planned to start this blog shortly after my 60th birthday. I wasn't quite sure where to start and I think life got in the way.
So ....a few years later....here goes.
One of the most important things in my life is family. I am blessed to have our son and daughter living nearby and get to spend lots of time with granddaughters Amber (10), Marley (5), and Hayley (2 1/2). I like to think they are helping to keep Hubby and me young, but sometimes I think they just keep us tired.
Today we took Hayley with us to the Farm and Garden store to see the baby chicks and ducks. She loved watching them. Hello peep-peeps. Hello quack-quacks!
We bought seeds for the garden. We plant a garden every year and it's never very productive. We aren't good with the actual care of a garden.....we just want to plant it and harvest it. We vowed again, as we do every year, to do better this time. Right now we have a vision (delusion) of a bountiful garden. I'll let you know how that works out.
I retired in June 2013. I am still trying to find the right balance between necessary chores, relaxation, fun, and making the world a better place in some way. I worked for almost 20 years as an RN at a Federally Qualified Health Clinic. It was more than a paycheck to me. It was also a mission, and I know that I was able to make a difference.
Today I spent the afternoon (while Hayley was napping) doing some charity knitting. For now that seems to satisfy my need to make a positive contribution to the world.
I am also working on a shawl for myself and trying to knit my very first sock on DPNs. I will post some pictures when/if I get them finished.
I'm looking forward to this new adventure into blog land! I hope you will join me.