Some days I feel like I do a whole lot of nothing, and it can get discouraging. Especially in the winter, when sometimes I do not leave the house for days in a row.
So I'm starting this feature: One Thing I Did Today, to show myself that yes, I did something, even just one thing: made oatmeal for breakfast, did yoga en francais, made zucchini noodle pad thai, or - like today - went to Happy Feet and had foot reflexology.
After watching Richard Ayoade's Travel Man episode with Jon Hamm in Hong Kong, where they got foot reflexology, I got to thinking how I regret that while in Las Vegas Chinatown I didn't get reflexology. Then I realized there was this place right here in Pittsburgh, in my own neighborhood, right across the street from the neighborhood library! So today was the day.
Also, it was in the mid 60s today, after the foot massage we walked along the river, and right now I'm listening to the crows call and watching them fly around outside my window as I write this. I love the crows in the winter. I actually love them year round, but they fly around my neighborhood in the fall and winter, so that's when I get to actively enjoy them.
Until tomorrow ~
Oh yes! I've been asked what I am reading these days, and right now I'm reading The Beach Street Knitting Society and Yarn Club by Gil McNeil. I've read it before, but I only remember liking it, not the content. So I'm reading it again, enjoying every minute, and every page is a surprise, thanks to my lapsing memory. ;-)