Hi friends. Welcome.
So glad your here!
Hope this finds you somewhere comfy with a cuppa of something good in hand.
Anything lovely planned for the weekend?
Let’s all remember that those little things count and simple pleasures do too. I hope they add up to a beautiful weekend.
First things first though – – – –
Here’s a few good things to help get it started on a relaxed note.
A Good Word
Because right about now rest can get sidelined
From K J Ramsey
A Good Look
Fresh, delicious, festive – hope your weekend holds a little of all three
More of this gorgeousness at Platter Me Up Colorado
A Good View
A Good Idea
Enjoy the Wobble
By Elizabeth Highsmith
There’s a wait for my coffee. It’s alright because there are piney gnomes and a neighbor in a Dr. Seuss mask to catch up with. There’s a hair in my mask.
I walk home through the park and laugh at the palm tree at the manger and awe at the power line that forms an unintended cross. My heart prays for grace to not be judgy and grumbly at the edges.
Yoga is a special kind of hard. We teeter one handed and my teacher says, “enjoy the wobble.” And isn’t that true of our days full of guts and grace. “Enjoy the wobble” and on to tomorrow.
A Good Read
A couple of them
From Joy the Baker
COM•PLI•MENT // noun // a polite expression of praise or admiration.
COMPLIMENT CLUB, it would follow, is a group of people whom actively, enthusiastically, sincerely, and frequently offer words of praise to the people around them. My maj and I came up with Compliment Club as a way of encouraging each other to send good vibes into the world. It’s not an exclusive club… you should totally hop on in!
Let’s talk about compliments. You’ve likely gotten them when you’re wearing a flattering dress, when your hair is flipping the right way at the right time on the right day, when you’ve made an impression on someone… BOOM! Sometimes they drop a compliment in your lap. It feels great! It feels like you’ve been seen and appreciated for your hard work to be a good human. Right? Keep reading
Our lives have all been turned upside-down this year in some way. As I look back on all the posts I’ve written (for Art of Simple) I see some some clear themes: We long for connection. The world woos us with its beauty. And there is always light breaking through. We need these things now—not just after our struggles are over (are they ever?) but in the midst.
So on the cusp of Advent, at the end of a year where life has changed as we all know it, I cannot think of anything I’d rather share for my last post than this: how the light is currently breaking through – – – Keep reading
Thanks so much for reading friends and remember you can browse through the previous articles and posts linked to in The Friday Recliner right HERE.
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Till next week, have a beautiful weekend, rest up, do something you love xx