I am grateful for time spent working on my trailer project, and for some success with it. I took the clamps off of the laminated beam I made for the curved roofline, and it looks like it all worked out. Huzzah!
I am grateful for time spent with my family this evening, even though my family fun night really didn’t go as I’d planned. The wind died by the time we got to Clover point where we’d hoped to fly kites, and the movie I’d picked, The Personal History of David Copperfield, proved a bit too much for the littlest. Still, we did other things, and it worked out. Oddly, the biggest highlight was the car wash. The burgers I made were a close second.
I am grateful for a slow steady day, without too much on the agenda.
I am grateful for a phone chat with my brother.
I am grateful for family fun night. It was my pick. We made nachos, then watched “In and of Itself”, which was kind of a one man autobiographical monologue sleight of hand magic metaphysical stage show movie. It was good, but hard to describe, but good!
I am grateful for a fine Easter. We made a turkey. We had a dear friend over, in our backyard, as safe as we could do it. The weather was perfect. It was an occasion.
I am grateful for time I spent working on my travel trailer project. Nothing beats having a project to consume oneself with.
I am grateful for an outing to visit the Kinsol Trestle, which is a place I’d never been to but have wanted to see for a long time.
I am grateful for a YouTube video about how to make a simple wood burning rocket stove that I watched with Farley a while ago. It led to us making one and cooking up some mac and cheese for dinner tonight on it. It worked well and was fun and satisfying.
I am grateful for farleys family fun night. We watched the new episode of Wandavision, and ate takeout from the White Spot. For some reason, that food was exactly what we were all after, and we all really enjoyed it.
I am also grateful for some warmer, clearer weather lately.