A day in the life …

We slept.  Woke.  Slept again.  Soaked in the big spa tub, with lots of bubbles.  Had coffee with salted caramel biscotti.  Kim made ranch omelets for breakfast.  A friend came and helped him rewire the lights under the range hood.  I played on Facebook.  We went to the grocery store, then stopped at Henry T’s for $3 beer and the Triple Whammy — warm chips with queso, salsa, and fresh guac.  Now my husband is making chicken noodle soup from scratch.  And he just brought me a Bloody Mary with not one but two celery hearts.  He reads my mind on a regular basis.  Later we’ll savor the white, white chicken chunks and the yummy wide noodles, the carrots and celery and onion.  And most likely a glass of Kono.

It starts getting dark very early now.  We’re loving the coziness of our loft, the fireplace, the view of our neighborhood from our tall 4th-floor windows.  I wish the world could be this much at peace …

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