Anyway, JEGs took off too, dropped Hunter off at daycare at 7 am and snuggled back into bed until 9:30 am. I had a massage scheduled for 10:15 and afterwards we drove to Coyote Crossing in Conshohoken for lunch. JEGs had a monster sized burrito (as you can see above) and I ordered the mango and duck quesadillas -- or what I now refer to as "quackadillas". We came home, sat on the porch, contemplated a few house projects and snuggled and smooched on the couch like we were still dating. It was a wonderful way to remind myself what I used to be like before the stresses of being a wife/homeowner/mother came.
After a particularly difficult winter (depression/ sickness/ family traumas) I am really looking forward to the spring. The weather in Philadelphia has been beautiful the past couple of days and I can feel my spirits lifting. I can feel my creativity coming out of hibernation, and hope that means a resurgence on the blog. I miss blogging. I have a couple small projects that we did over the winter months that I'd like to catch up on, and hopefully JEGs and I can pull together the funds to do some bigger projects (that's right guestroom/man cave/ playroom. I'm looking at you and your Buzz Blaster Blue walls).
How about you- does your creativity go into hibernation when the weather gets colder?
Always & forever,