Slow Saturday

The light filters in through the blind-slatted windows.
I finally opened them.
And stripped the sheets.

From the percussive pitter-patter I hear outside I gather that the clouds finally decided to drop a little weight. And I’m even more glad I made my rounds to the University Farmers Market earlier than later.

Sitting on the couch in my lounge clothes – and by “lounge clothes” I mean clothing acceptable for outdoor wear but are really glorified pajamas – I sip my tea with my laptop exactly where it should be. On my lap.

My eyes resembling the blinds, go back and forth between the various web pages I have pulled up on my computer and Pride and Prejudice that plays on the TV. The five-hour version.

This is what I do when I’m sick…
Sip tea, browse online, and watch shows I’ve seen a dozen times. And I’m not exaggerating. At least a dozen. I could recite this entire mini series by heart.

I know it’s been a long time since I’ve written.
I’ll save you the apologies and excuses because by now you’ve read them all.

Many posts are a brewin’ like the tea in my hand. But, well, they’re not quite ready to be “sipped,” as it were.

So for now I’ll leave you with photos from the past couple months as well as some of the pretty things I’ve been searching to brighten this slow Saturday.

Best pal since kindergarten’s baby dedicated. Whoa.

 

Thanksgiving brussel sprouts above & dinner dates at DERU Market.

 

My baby brother’s composition for Price Suddarth’s Signature, premiered in November by Pacific Northwest Ballet

 

 

O Christmas Tree O Christmas Tree & Pretty presents all tied up with string -ish
A New Nutcracker. My husband, parents, siblings & niece came to see me return to the stage after knee surgery this summer. Thankful for a sis who’s a professional photographer!
New do for a New Year!

 

Positano, IT. Perfection.
Below are Kayak & Air BnB – been using these apps a lot lately.
Corfu, Greece. A place we will one day visit just not sure when.
Some screen shots of a rental in Santorini I’m dreaming of for this summer -“dreaming” being the operative word.
Click on the photos to go to their links. And a special thanks to my sister-in-law Kelsey Cappelletti of Kelsey Jo Photography for the beautiful photos backstage during Balanchine’s The Nutcracker. To visit her website click on her photos above. She’s incredibly talented!

 

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