05.02.16 – End of Day Notes

What I did today: I had good intentions last night to do a few writing projects ahead of time and schedule them so I could read some A2Zs today, but Mother Nature had other ideas. A fierce storm blew through here last night and knocked our power out. I waited up as long as I could, but eventually just went to bed. I guess the power came back on some time during the night. Sleep wasn’t easy. I was restless and warm since I didn’t have a fan going. I was awakened early by the tv in the kitchen, went to the bathroom, came back to my room and turned on the fan. I fell back to sleep. It was 11 am before I woke back up. I began working on writing projects, but the sky was dark and a storm kept threatening to hit all afternoon. I kept turning my computer on and off as the thunder came and went. I’ve somehow managed to do most of what I set out to do today, except the A2Z readings.

What I learned today: Mother Nature loves to tease us. She’s done a great job of it today, and even now is threatening us with another storm. So I am hurrying to get this written and posted.

What I am most proud of today: I got a good deal of sleep last night, even though it was sporadic. Or maybe I just felt rested. Not sure which.

What did you do today, dear readers? Learn any lessons? Have a reason to be proud? Share your thoughts with me in the comments!

7 thoughts on “05.02.16 – End of Day Notes

  1. Ah, here in Britain the rain has temporarily given up trying to make everything soggy and for the last couple of days we have had glorious sunshine. I even sat in the garden for an hour to read a book and I haven’t done that since last year!

  2. Ah, but electrical storms are the best! So dramatic–better than TV, for sure.
    Today I planted my mini-garden and perspired profusely. It got up to the low 80s in Tacoma–very warm for this time of year. I learned that I need more space for my veggies. I’m most proud of finally getting the “crops” sowed: beets, freckled Romaine lettuce, two kinds of beans, four kinds of tomatoes, yellow summer squash, rainbow chard. Hail spring! I wish you a restful night.

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