A Weekend “Off”

I had this weekend off. Well, more “off” than scheduled. Kind of?

Relax-and-get-shit-doneFriday night I did nothing. That’s not true. I bought some fabric for a commissioned project, and I bought fabric for new curtains for my office. Then I watched a movie. And read a novel. It was glorious.

Saturday, I slept in. In the afternoon, I read tarot at a customer appreciation event for Ocean Mountain Yoga, where I’m going to be taking some classes in the near future. I ended up being there much longer than I had originally planned, because I had a list of people who wanted readings, and I wasn’t about to walk out with people still waiting.

Saturday evening was our full moon ritual. It was lovely, and fun. While I was leading the ritual, along with my husband, ritual is something that fills my cup. Spending time with friends and spiritual family, connecting with deity, sharing what I’ve learned – these things fuel me. Oh, and I made the most wonderful smelling prosperity oil!

Sunday and the time change, meant I was able to stay in bed as long as I wanted, sleeping in and taking my time waking up. I went through and cleaned up my front entryway, and cleaned out my linen closet in preparation for my new mattress coming this week. It felt so good to release some old junk!

In the afternoon, I went out and did a tarot reading, and went looking for a headboard. Who would have thought it would be so difficult to find a bookcase headboard??

In the evening, I watched The Matrix, and The Matrix Reloaded, while making the curtains for my office. I am so excited to put them up tomorrow!

I also did laundry. So. Much. Laundry. And, it felt really good to get some things washed (like my boys’ bedding) that has been needing it for quite a while.

That was a low-key, relaxing weekend for me! LOL! I really appreciated all of the rest, and I still feel like I accomplished a lot.

How was your weekend?

Blessings,

Mary

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  1. We had a nice quiet weekend here as well, with lots of tidying and laundry sorting. We brought up the seasonal clothes totes and sorted through what fits and what doesn’t and switched summer for winter. I did about 6 loads of laundry that Gabe then helped me sort socks and underwear for while Ryan nursed a sore back and kept Katherine entertained. It was good times.
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  2. Isn’t it funny how what we find relaxing shifts as we have children and get older? Cleaning up was never relaxing, and I’m not totally sure it is now, yet it feels good to get it done.

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