I am determined to think of only positive things. Tomorrow, I will be refreshed and ready to go back into battle to do the best for me and my family during this crisis of unknown quantity for our nation and the world!
I have been playing Kenny Rogers music all day to honor him. His death may not seems positive to you, but after all, he has gotten us through good times and bad for years with his talents and songs. Bless his heart!
During this time I have been cooking and baking up a storm! So far it is more fun when all I have is time. Also, it can be an interesting challenge to make something with what is on hand. Today it is ham, tomato & onion quiche. The ham was in the freezer, probably from Christmas!
Is it Freudian that I am focusing on two famous people who have died recently? I think not! Del Pitt Feldman is one of my crochet heroines from the 70s. I have her books and was so inspired by her when I was first learning to crochet back then.
|Crochet Discovery & Design|
|The Crocheters Art|
Del Pitt Feldman died on January 14, 2019 at the age of 90. Just days before I was to leave for the month of February in Mexico, I was interviewed by the obituary writer for the New York Times. You may ave seen the news on the internet. It was just last week that I received the original copy of the obit from my cousin. While I was gone, it was fun to hear from various ones that they were excited to see my name in the NYT!
|New York Times, February 2, 2020|
I hope I have brought a little sparkly, bright into your day and lifted your spirits. Tell me what you are doing to keep looking on the bright side.