While wandering through my days this week, now permanently called “Someday, Noneday, Whoseday?, Whensday?, Blursday, Whyday?, Doesn’tmatterday” after reading an article in The New Yorker on the Lexicon For A Pandemic, I was reminded of my journey toward a simple lifestyle that began in the ’90s. It would take another twenty years of making small and big changes along the way to finally learn to live a daily lifestyle of finding the simple enjoyable moments in life that always help to enjoy the good days and get through the bad days. Now granted, I never envisioned Baby Yoda as a companion (neither did anyone else I know) during those simple moments of enjoyment, but that’s part of the fun in discovering what can make you smile during a day.
Along with wonderful movies, books, Baby Yoda and great cereals that I believe can be chosen for breakfast, lunch or dinner, the other things that made me smile this week was how peaceful Harper looks sleeping,
cloud and bird watching,
enjoying a sunrise with the ducks quacking me up,
seeing our lone turkey being the only one during his daily visits enjoying our burnt grass,
smiling at a beautiful flower after much needed rain
and no week is complete without the simple joy of a delicious dessert.