Thirty-six hours at home. One hot shower and one warm bath on a extremely cold day. Twenty-eight tidy, white stitches cast on Nana’s knitting needles (with any luck, mittens-to-be for a pair of toddler hands.) Five hardy Red Star chickens in the coop out back. A cluster of six red tulips plucked from a grocery store bucket. Two pieces of homemade pizza for dinner. One rainbow shirt and a wish granted. Two days until the full Wolf moon. Eighteen additional minutes of daylight since the New Year. The hope of a 27 degree heat wave tomorrow.
4 thoughts on “small celebrations”
YES to small celebrations every day!
Trying to make it a habit! Celebrate every small happiness!
sometimes small can be a very precious thing.
Yes indeed! Small celebrations are more important than ever! Good learning for me!