Sunday, January 07, 2018

Sunday fun

We got a lot of stuff done today. One of the projects both Jilda and I have worked on for the last few weeks is our vision boards. We cleared our calendars for this weekend and had no commitments other than doing things around here.

Today, I finished pruning the peach tree, and I did a little more on the old apple trees. They both look spring-ready.

After lunch, we put our boards on the dining room table, laid all the pictures of things we want in our lives this year and set to work. A few hours later, we stood them across from the couch in front of the fireplace and had a look. They both look pretty good but after we had a chance to let them settle in, we both saw things we'd omitted.

Turning the screen porch into a sunroom is something we've decided we'd enjoy. It will be a place we would use all year around.  I'd also forgotten to put something about eating well, gardening, and staying healthy. So I found pictures on the Internet and printed them. With the addition of these pictures, both our boards are rounding out nicely.

I'm sure we'll think of a few things in the next few days but we left enough space to made last-minute adjustments.

I hope your Sunday was as enjoyable as ours.


8 comments:

  1. That sounds like a truly wonderful Sunday - and the wellspring for year round inspiration.

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  2. What a great way to spend your Sunday. I had a great day as well, creating song gift tags and wt hung the Golden Globes only to come downstairs and finding out that our pipe(s) burst in the bathroom. My hubby was already In Bed because he is sick but I had to wake him and he turned off the water. It is between the walls and something I was hoping would not happen.

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  3. That is a great idea. So glad you had an enjoyable day at home. They do say a Sunday well spent means a week of content, but in your case it might mean a year of content!

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  4. This is something I had never heard of until you mentioned it a day or so ago. Makes sense. If we were in a house, I might even try it. But here in the motor home I would have to do it in a book or on a sheet of paper with postage stamps. Good luck with following through, I am sure you and the pretty lady will give it a good shot!

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  5. A great feeling to check off your to-do-list. I still never made a Vision Board but my goal list is never far away.

    Hugs, Julia

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  6. Do you leave it out all year?

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  7. Vision boards at the New Year sounds great. For so long I've been focused on "have to's" ... it may take some getting used to "want to's."

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