Things I Love Thursday


Hello, blogfriends. Long time no see.

I’m not feeling altogether like going into my prolonged & screamingly silent absence from the interwebs, but suffice it to say there was sickness. And then a little sadness (okay, much sadness), which I’m still working on not being too upset over. I’ll post a real explanation when I’m sure my irrational side (which is currently being heavyhanded with the self-punishment & guilt) won’t take over & win me Emo Blog of the Year. For now I’d like to focus on happiness– so let’s move onto Things I Love Thursday.

  • Adam. Oh, my goodness, I’d never have survived the last two weeks intact without him. Bless his supportive & patient heart. When you’re curled in the tub, weak with flu & too tired to walk back to bed… Only a man like him can make it better. What a lucky girl I am. <3
  • Freedom.
  • Choices.
  • Emily, Alicia, Megan, Amanda, Caitlin, Christine, Ted, Mom, Landis… And every other wonderful person who has been so sweet this week.

I’ve gotta be honest, the runners up this week are easy. I’ve got a home, a huge & amazing family (& extended family!), two wonderful kittens who always seem to know if you need a snuggle, my oversized down comforter to wrap up in a cocoon, coffee for the morning & something for dinner & guests.

I feel better just finally having written something! When my positivity is back 100%, I’ll post something of a bit more substance. I’ve missed you, internet! Call me!


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2 Responses to “Things I Love Thursday”

  1. Sophie Says:

    Oh! I’m so sorry to hear you have been unwell! Get well soon please!! It’s terrible to hear people under the weather. I was sick for 2 weeks straight when I came back to Australia from NY. Had to build a whole new immunity, but you’ll be stronger at the end of it all.

    I love your Things I love Thursdays. Lists are awesome. Things I love Monday are:
    – summer full moons.
    – books about strong women; I’m rereading White Oleander by Janet Fitch
    – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Soundtrack (Jon Brion)
    – painting something/ anything I’ve never seen before
    – walking in the nighttime by the river

    I hope you’re feeling better soon.

  2. Ginny Ballou Says:

    Hey Catherine, So sorry to hear about the whole job thing – I’m sure you already know it’s the times and NOT YOU but that doesn’t make it any easier. I hope you stay out in that area – it’s seems like Cambridge West to me – pretty free-wheeling and non judgemental – and that spells possiblity. Anyway, just a hi – check out my blog and meet my new best friend Bella. She is a dear.
    xo Ginny

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