Saturday, October 25, 2014

Celebrate! A top 10.

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I'm linking with Ruth Ayres, and her weekly link up.  Read More about that here.  And then join in!

Top 10 things I'm celebrating today.   (In no order...)  :)

  • A beautiful fall run this morning. 
  • The opportunity to help a friend at the last minute. 
  • Not being ready to leave my house until 11 AM. 
  • Lingering in the "piano room" with my husband.  (Think coffee, blogs, discussion)
  • I can see a flickering of light at the end of the tunnel in regards to some graduate work I'm doing.  (Just a flickering...but it's there!)
  • Time to write today.  I haven't written a Celebrate! post for over a month I think... (Note to self-write more...)
  • Hospitality
  • Panera on Sundays 
  • Royals baseball (#takethecrown!  #notjinxingthembycelebratingthisseason)
  • Grocery stores where food is readily available for us.  

What are you celebrating today?  


  1. I love all of them, but number three is a good one! Are you from Missouri? I grew up there, mid-MO & then KC. I'm excited for the Royals. Our Denver Rockies were miserable this year. Go Royals!

    1. Linda, I'm an Iowa girl. I married into the Royals thing, and this year just got pulled in with my husband's excitement. The first thing we had to do when the Royals went post-season was talk to our sons about what life was like in 1985. (That doesn't make you feel old or anything!)

  2. What wonderful, simple celebrations. It's the simple things in life that we need to pay attention to and enjoy, don't you think?! Keep writing!

    1. Thanks for the encouragement to keep writing! I've been keeping a list of blog ideas all semester. They are still relevant, and I'm almost thankful that instead of posting them right away, I have taken time to let them simmer in my mind!

  3. I love the idea of lingering and coffee and discussion. The gift of time :-)

    1. I've been so wrapped up in studying my course work, that my sons were so confused about what we were doing this morning for so long in that room! "It's called conversation, children." :) Thanks for reading!

  4. I love these fall runs too! So happy you found time to write for YOU! I'm glad it was to celebrate.