I can’t think of a better way to kick off the month of July than to kick off June from my list of things to do. I hate being this far behind and only seeing three posts last month has me a bit disappointed. There is only one way up and that = start where I left off and catch up as much as possible.
Time was spent in the studio creating – this vase stands 21″ tall.
I find the garden to be a soothing place to chill, even if it is for just a short break. Picture taken just outside my kitchen window.
Fresh summer produce – these guys have already made some amazing strawberry smoothies.
A little statue in the garden – love him.
Time in the studio – one of my favorite pastimes…
Creating what comes to mind…
And letting some things go with the flow…
I started my diet in June and I feel really good with the progress I’ve already made. Just thought I’d throw that in here somewhere.
Hubby and I spent many hours last month around the pool table. I’m thrilled he takes the time to help me improve.
Another joy last month was taking pix in the garden and playing with them in Lightroom.
The joy of Lightroom, I can’t seem to get enough.
We’re also busy downsizing. After much thought and consideration, we came to the conclusion that it’s time to part with our china. I spent time taking lots of pix for craigslist. Love that place!
On the evening of June 27th, I had a little accident.
I had a spill off my bike Tuesday evening = Two hands messed up + one very sore knee + 1 scraped up arm + a scrapped up tummy (my stretchy pants did not stay in place). I think I’m going to be ok. Hubby says “next time I’m going to have you in full body armor” and I won’t argue with him either.
The above picture was taken after airing my hand 24 hours. Hubby wanted me to see the Doctor (yesterday), I’m glad I did. At least we know there’s no infection and the antibacterial soap and prescribed ointment should do the trick. The Doctor also wanted x-rays of my knee, the results came back normal. It will take 4 – 6 weeks for my knee to feel happy again. I certainly can live with that.
Cheers to July 1st, it’s a new month and time to get back on track.
Blessings – Debbie