Five Senses Tuesday

So sometimes you write a blog post on Monday and forget to click “publish.” I did, in fact, write a Five Senses Monday on Monday, though I never sent it to the interwebs. Ah well, here we go.

I hope you had a wonderful weekend, and are all recovered from Super Bowl.

Here is Five Senses Tuesday, where I reflect on the past few days through the five senses. I’d love for you to play along in the comments or on your own blog.

Chamomile and black licorice teas.

Not quite myself. A cold will do that to you.

Motorcycles roaring on Main Street in Locke. I was tired of sitting at home on the couch and sought a few hours of fresh air on the river.

Lasagna from Angelina’s, one of the oldest Italian restaurants in Stockton.

More TV than I’ve seen in a long time. I guess that’s the only perk of being sick. And I’m ready to confess, so much of that has including watching “Dog:  The Bounty Hunter.” I’m kind of in love with that family.

Here are a few snippets from life lately.
I dream of comfy porches.Tibetan prayer flags on a balcony.We still try to find time to take our afternoon photo walks.Sometimes a train gets in your turn lane. Going the wrong way.Cafe and pan dulce (Mexican sweet bread). It’s pretty, but not my favorite.I made cupcakes for a friend’s birthday.And homemade mac and cheese for a chili cookoff at work. Jen and I had a coffee break.
The market. Just because.And then I was officially rundown with a cold. I went home early Friday and cuddled up on the couch for nine hours with tissue, the remote, a new magazine, Gatorade and my favorite blanket.

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