Volunteered with kids. Being around children is definitely a requirement for me. It always has been.
I worked for a VERY short period of time in the world of business where I realized it was possible to go for months at a time without seeing anyone under the age of twenty.
This gave a skewed impression that people hatched as fully-formed adults. And in general, I don't care much for adults. (No offense to the adults who are my friends. I like you just fine. It is only GROUPS of adults that can be somewhat itchy.)
Also visited chiropractor who did some pressure points on my sore shoulder. It improved things dramatically.
Beyond that I think I spent most of the day reading.
I don't know that I did anything remotely sensible this day. Only wait... I think this is the day that I actually found the shovel in the garage and worked on terracing the front hill so I could plant things. Yes. This is when I did that. I was somewhat over-energetic.
It was the same kind of manic (again, not clinically so) attention that I gave to the cleaning of the house about a month ago. I worked up a sweat. I stank to high heaven. I spent time outside in the sun. I may grow to enjoy gardening.
Mothers' Day. Low key. Went to Friends School Plant Sale and bought a bunch of veggies for my "Victory Garden" and then had pizza with my mom and my family. Once upon a time I did up fantastic brunches with home made everything. But not this time. There are pluses and minuses to both. In this case, low key was appropriate and pizza was delicious.
Did nothing but READ READ READ and READ. Also made scones and lemon curd and 2 different kinds of tea and hard boiled eggs and a lovely fruit platter for supper.
The boring stuff
Grateful Crap: Putting stuff in the ground that I will be able to eat (or the rabbits will, I suppose)
Daily Convexions: meds meds and more meds. also anti-inflammatories for the shoulder
Time in the Sun
Chugging glasses of water
Time with family
Quaker, teacher, parent,