Weekend Coffee Share is a time for us to take a break out of our lives and enjoy some time catching up with friends (old and new)!
Grab a cup of coffee and share with us! What’s been going on in your life? What are your weekend plans? Is there a topic you’ve just been ruminating on that you want to talk about?
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Hello March! What will you bring?
Last weekend’s painting adventure was pretty awesome. I’m rather proud of my finished product – not too shabby for a non-painter, huh?
This weekend I have a game afternoon/evening planned with some friends, and then a lot of rest. As is my usual…. Recovery Weekends has become my new norm, and while it can be hard to wrap my head around the fact that I really only get a few hours of “fun” time out of any given week, I’m doing what my body needs at this point in time. Self-care isn’t always fun. And in my case, right now, it’s a lot of sleeping.
The weather this past week has been kinda exciting. We got a decent (for us) amount of snow on Sunday night/Monday morning. Unfortunately in my local area it seemed to focus primarily where I live, not where I work. There was a good inch of snow on the ground when I left home, but when I got downtown where I work there was nothing. And while it snowed all day, tiny little flakes, none of it stuck. We had more weather on Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, enough to give us a late start for work, and to close some of the school districts. It’s interesting because there was much more snow in my neighborhood on Monday morning than there was Wednesday morning, but it was cold enough that it was icier on Wednesday.
Usually the winter weather would mostly be behind us at this point, I wonder if it really is. Spring is normally a season of rain and increasing warmth so… we’ll see what happens.
By the time we visit next weekend I’ll already have started in on the Rose City Yarn Crawl – a fun four days of visiting different Local Yarn Shops, entering prize drawings, and hanging out with my fiber-arts-friends. I participated last year for the first time and had a great time, so am looking forward to this year! About ten stores in the area are participating, but I’m hoping to take a trip out to some of the shops that aren’t participating as well — just to show them some love and explore some of the shops that I haven’t made it to yet. I’ll be sure to share more pictures next weekend, and in the meantime will certainly be updating on my Instagram!
What are you up to this week? How has your weekend been? Thanks for stopping by!