Fridays aren’t much different than Sundays or Wednesdays.

One of my goals for the month is to NOT talk about the sleep that I’m not getting.

Instead, I’ll show you the place I visited with a friend yesterday morning. While there, we carried on a conversation about writing and kids and social issues while drinking a snickerdoodle latte (me) and a pumpkin spice chai (her).


The evening before found me eating a veggie bowl with Tempe before journeying across the road to a coffee place for knitting and a discussion about current events and poverty and race and government-orchestrated segregation.


This morning I visited a friend who has an amazing outlook on life and a recording studio in her van. (Honestly, I’m friends with some of the very best people. Remind me to tell you about my wind chimes.) As I sat in her passenger seat, I voiced a quote from To Kill a Mockingbird followed by three of my favorite Bible verses. Afterwards, we drank coffee and talked about life and I could have stayed there for days.

When I got home, I grilled mushrooms and squash with coconut aminos and then Scout and I crashed on the couch for two hours.


I’m so lucky to have good friends and warm dogs and coconut aminos.

This evening Jeff is out with a friend and the girls are getting ready to crash so I can kick back with flannel pajamas and hot tea and John Irving. I’ll look forward to seeing you tomorrow. ‘ ‘ ‘text/javascript’>

4 thoughts on “Fridays aren’t much different than Sundays or Wednesdays.”

  1. I love the look of that knitting project! And so neat that you have a fluffy furry snuggle buddy. I am thinking “warm flannel pjs and a hopefully good book” thoughts your way this very minute!

  2. Hmm, I have learnt something new – I’d never heard of coconut aminos before. Shall have to search out some here in the UK!

  3. It makes me feel good that you appreciate your friends and your life. Some people aren’t inclined to do that. Plus: I LOVE the photographs in this post. Really love them.

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