I am grateful for time spent in the studio this morning.
I am grateful for family fun night: Farley’s pick. We went to an IMAX movie at the Museum, then a thrift store, because both boys got it in their heads that they wanted blazers, which we then got. Fun times!
I am grateful for a long day with a big to do list that all got done.
I am grateful for my relationship with my spouse. We both like talking and listening to each other; and so we do lots of talking and lots of listening. Decades now. I’m grateful for all of it. Hopefully and likely, I’ll be grateful for many, or at least several, decades more.
I am grateful for our fish. We recently acquired an aquarium and each of us picked out an inhabitant. Farley issues fish reports on demand. Good to know who is where, and what they are doing. He also bids them goodnight when he turns out the light. He’d likely prefer a dog or a cat, but he’s happy to have the fish.
I grateful for the first normal day after the winter break. I spent productive time in the garagenous zone and the studio. It felt good to be getting back into it. Holidays are fun, but It’s a fine life that I lead in my normal daily grind.
I am grateful for some fine artist colleagues at the Cefar Hill studio. 6 of us met about a group show we are putting together this morning. I am chuffed!
I am grateful for clear weather. It was a bit cold for some in our party, but we went for a walk in Mt. Doug park, and wound up at the beach, which is pretty.
I am grateful as all heck for 2017.
I am grateful to the world in general for the sense of optimism I have for 2018. Here’s hopin’.
I am grateful for a fantastic prime rib dinner with friends this evening, and for a round of Cards Against Humanity while the kids were in front of the boob tube. I’d never played before. It was hilarious!
I am grateful for time in the studio today.
I am grateful to have my kids back.
I am grateful for family fun night. We watched Home Alone. Not as good as I remembered it, but fun nonetheless.
I am grateful for lots of time in the studio today.
I am grateful for a kid-free night at home with Julie. We watched movies and ordered in Chinese food. We have time on our own without the boys every now and then, but never at home. It felt like we were in our early 30s again.
I am grateful those jokers are coming home tomorrow. Nice to have a break, but I’m missing having them around.
I am grateful as all heck for my in-laws, who came and visited over Christmas (which really made it great), and left to go back across the Georgia Straight today and took our two kids for two whole nights! I miss those fellas, but the silence in this house is novel and enjoyable, too.
Grateful for an easy day around the house. Kids playing with Christmas toys, having extended family around, eating leftover turkey, playing board games, and then chit chatting until the 500 piece jigsaw puzzle is finally completed at nearly 2am. If a Boxing Day like this isn’t nice, what is?