I’ve collected an extraordinary amount of happy moments from baby bear lately…mealtime, (boy is she loving it) bath time, and playtime; girl’s got skills and she knows how to enjoy the moment.
I can learn from an infant through her glints of life, what I formerly thought of as idle and unproductive, she has demonstrated it’s not what you want…it’s what you need…what I need now looks like this…
Photos off the floor finally, a simple rug to wipe off the grime before entering the nest, and mother-in-law tongues to purify the air in the nest. I slipped on these to hide my un-manicured toenails and yes I wore them like this out and about.
A lost and afraid accessory gem cluster is out there somewhere and I’m not too concerned that I’m walking with only one on the other flat. Eventually, I will rip off the other sparkly cluster, the one that managed to adhere while its partner had two attempts of bailing on me. The first time I cared enough to reattach it with a glue gun, this second time around I didn’t even notice its departure. Will I replace it with another adornment? Don’t know, but for now I will keep them both glitzy-free. Maybe we all deserve a little retreat these days. Dare and love to enjoy a hazy summer afternoon with wide-eyed wonder. I’m abandoning my infinite list of things-to-do in my nest to enjoy my little bears and the better-late-than-never appearance of the sun…it revealed its brilliance just before my preparations for dinner tonight. It too needed a quiet refuge immersed into the clouds for the majority of the day. Instead of taking on my list, I chose to create in the kitchen and introduce a new salsa in the nest with mung beans.
Prepare your beans as desired and then add fresh pineapple, August tomatoes, onions (green & red for color) cilantro and lots of lime! Serve with fresh tortilla and slices of avocado…happy dipping!