Weekend Coffee Share

Hi, can I get you a hot cup of coffee, or some tea? How are you doing? I apologise for this late coffee share. I mainly want you to know that I’m alive and I am doing great. It’s been a fabulous, and busy week. I’ve spent a great chunk of the weekend writing a school report. It required my full attention, and after handing it in (rather pleased with the result,) I’ve been spending time with my daughter. That is basically all I’ve done this weekend. Still, it feels like a very good weekend. I’ve had a lot of exercise during the week, and my body needed rest from physical activity. I did go on some walks this weekend, but nothing strenuous. My body is very grateful for the rest.

The colours are exploding all around, and I’ve been enjoying as much time outdoors as I possibly could Monday-Friday. I’m going to keep this post short and sweet, ending with asking you how your week is. How is your week? And thank you Natalie for being our faithful host of the weekend coffee share.

Love & Gratitude,

Maria

Published by Maria

It’s all about experiences, and the healing power of nature. Life is about choosing happiness. My gypsy soul have taken me to many different countries, and definitely taught me to be more humble. I believe that you are what you eat; mind, body and soul. I enjoy growing my own food, and spending time outdoors. I now reside in the region where I was born Dalarna, Sweden. I am a mom, a teacher, a minimalist and a gardener. Love, Maria

20 thoughts on “Weekend Coffee Share

  1. Hi Maria – love the Autumny colours of the foliage. We’re just coming into Spring here in Australia and I’m enjoying seeing the flowers beginning to appear and our fig tree is just starting to green up again. Nothing beats the changing seasons.

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  2. Wow Maria,
    Your Swedish fall – looks like New England.
    My wife would not agree but I’m ready for the cooler days and even some rain.
    I’m getting ready for the grey days that are coming because they depress my wife some.
    That combined with our first fall as empty nesters may be harder for her than she expects.
    Missing our kids . . .

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