Do you have an entourage? Someone or something that is always hanging around? Since I've been home, a few things have become my constant companions...
Let's see....my water bottle is always filled and near by...my glasses are close at hand..unless I've left them someplace..(not that I do that a lot..) my Kindle that's usually filled with books and access to blogs and Facebook. The other item pictured is a rice filled bag that my Mom made me a few years ago. I can throw it into the microwave and have instant warm comfort for my back, neck, legs, whatever. At the beginning of my recovery I always had ice packs too. I wasn't allowed to put heat on the knees. Since our temps have been so cold I'm glad I only have to resort to ice a few times when I've been on my feet a lot. I'm always hauling these items from room to room and in another month I'll be back at work and they will come with me...I can't go to break or lunch without a good book to read and water is always a staple....the rice pack will stay at home. Along the way I've picked up a few other "peeps"...
A frequent visitor to feeder....Daddy bird
Not so colorful Momma bird is not far behind.
Squeak is hanging around too....finding some warm sunshine during this crazy Winter has been hard but she manages to warm her buns...
Then flips over for her face! I don't blame her. If it's sunny out, even if it's cold I'll try and go out and feel the vitamin D on my face too! Another way of bringing some Spring inside are my other fav companions:
Some fresh flowers are nice and cheery.
These tulips are enjoying the sunny window but the outside is still a Winter wonderland. This weekend finally warmed up to almost 30de...whew, a heat wave! I made a big pot of chicken and noodles.
That warmed the soul and the belly! But my favorite companion this weekend was this little gal...very excited to have lost her first tooth!
Addy said she can now breath since that tooth is gone...she cracks me up! Hope you have some good "constants" in your day too!
Welcome to the Pines! I'm a wife of many, many years with my Chiropractor hubbie, the Mom to 4 all grown up boys/now men...and Grandmother to 9 super Grandkiddos. I work in surgery and my simple adventures are here for your amusement..can you take it?