Saturday Senses

A way to capture the spirit of each week…

tasting :: black bean enchiladas.

hearing ::  the hubs play at chavez park.

smelling :: coppertone sunscreen.

seeing :: old friends on the river.

feeling ::  anxious. i am ready to get our specific travel plans call.

wishing/hoping ::  i could turn off my worry button. it’s been sneaking up on me every night as i try to fall asleep.

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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8 thoughts on “Saturday Senses

  1. Oh wow. I’m so glad you brought this worry subject up. Not many people know yet, because it hasn’t hit the mainstream media, but “Worry” is an essential nutrient and we all really need to be SURE to get our daily dosage. ;)

    It can be very difficult to remember, but now that you are doing it nightly, just stay in the habit. Fortunately, it doesn’t take much. Even just worrying about remembering to worry should cover it. It’s sort of like a trace mineral, just prime the pump and your body actually can produce it on its own. If it is hard to remember to worry daily, set a timer or put a sticky note on your bathroom mirror so that when you brush your teeth, for example, you will see the note and remember to set aside your worry time. Just a simple note, like “WORRY TONIGHT”, or even a little cartoon face like an emoticon. Our worry fix can come in various potencies ranging from mild distraction all the way up to panic, it’s up to you. Just do not SKIP it, ever. If you start thinking you don’t need to worry, your system could just get all whacked out and you’ll have to start over, like antibiotics. Keep taking it. Anyhow, I’m preaching to the choir here, cuz you obviously have this covered, Tami. Love and light…

  2. That worry button is tough to turn off at night, isn’t it? When I’ve gone through that, I turn to meditation with a calming mantra to help me sleep.

  3. Feeling: a little sunburned
    Seeing Madelyn’s team doing so well in there games.
    Smelling:
    Tasting: delicious seafood stew
    Hearing Katelyn’s voice on the phone. She is with Nana these last few days and I miss her sweetness.
    Wish/ hoping: my family stays safe and healthy on this vacation. Also that Madelyns team does well and has fun no matter the outcome.

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