Welcome to my relaxing Sunday. It has been a day of reading, binge-watching, and accepting packages from Amazon. First came the hardbound version of Nanaville, by Anna Quindlen.
“Witty and thoughtful . . . Nanaville serves up enough vivid anecdotes and fresh insights—about childhood, about parenthood, about grandparenthood and about life—to make for a gratifying read.”—The New York Times
“Classic, bittersweet Quindlen . . . [Her] wonder at seeing her eldest child grow into his new role is lovely and moving. . . . The best parts of Nanaville are the charming vignettes of Quindlen’s solo time with her grandson.”—NPR
Next came a set of colorful dishes that add a splash of color to my cabinets, and blend in with the few pieces I already have. The vintage tumblers came a few days ago.
Do I need these dishes? Will I be entertaining? Well, maybe a little, now and then, but I also love looking at them and serving my own occasional meals on them. So there! LOL.
I do eat meals in the community dining room, but always have lunch in my apartment, when friends come over or when I just want to relax and watch TV. All day Sunday is my day to hang out here and eat on colorful dishes.
Earlier today I found some photos of my granddaughter Aubrey’s first month in New Zealand. Here are a few…
How are you spending your Sunday?