tasting :: sautéed kale with lentils and medium rare steak sandwiches on garlicky sourdough.
hearing :: “teacher, i’m nervous about next week’s tests”.
smelling :: lavender essential oils for nightly neck massages.
seeing :: the end of the school year on the horizon.
feeling :: much more rested and grounded. i’m such a creature of habit and schedules are apparently my best friend.
wishing/hoping :: for a relaxed first week of high stakes testing and for my Sacramento readers to join me for my monthly restorative class over at It’s All Yoga tomorrow at 4.
What about you?
What are your senses this Saturday?
Looking back, how was your week?
Leave a comment and tell me all about it. I’d seriously love to hear about your week. Now’s not the time to be shy.
This weekly tradition inspired by Pink of Perfection’s Five Sense Friday.
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tasting: quiche and other brunchy foods
hearing: lots of birds at 5:30 a.m. which woke me up (but it was ok since it was sunny and spring like)
seeing: kids finding easter eggs with the neighbors (it rained last week)
feeling: sort of burnt and tired.. like the weekend is not relaxing
hoping: the elves get along tomorrow. can’t deal with solo parenting for a day while they bicker
@nancy: yum to the brunchy foods, birds, and easter egg hunts. boo on the bickersons and all their bickering. hope you find some comfort and rest this weekend. or at least when the kids go back to school.
Tasting: fresh pineapple that I just cut up. Mmmm.
Hearing: my freshman butcher Shakespeare as we read Romeo and Juliet out loud, haha.
Seeing: 20 more days in the classroom, 3 of them minimum, on my calendar and grinning.
Feeling: kind of like a failure this week; rough times.
Hoping: that planting my garden goes well this morning and for a lovely time with some best friends in SF tomorrow.
@amy: pineapple is some kind of other worldly delicious. must learn to cut one…. oh the joys of the in class read aloud. i thought they improved when they got older. summer break is more delicious than pineapple. no bueno on the rough times. sorry to hear about that. yay for home gardens and good friends close by. thanks for playing along, friend!