#100HappyDays Continued: Days 108 – 114
Another week of photos for your viewing pleasure. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
Day 108 – October 22, 2014: Today, a cousin of mine came to visit for one night. We had a wonderful time, and as an added bonus she and my husband cooked a wonderful meal. I should probably mention that she is a professional chef – yup, epic healthy meal at our house tonight. The menu – sautéed garlic kale; warm roasted pepper and green bean salad with a homemade almond dressing; and wild sockeye salmon. An evening of good wine, great food and amazing friendship is my idea of a happiness!
Day 109 – October 23, 2014: I took an impromptu day trip to the Rocky Mountains with our friend. On my way home I stopped by a beautiful lake to soak up a few minutes of just me and beautiful nature and was overcome with a sense of calm. I could have sat there for hours.
Day 110 – October 24, 2014: I received a beautiful and inspirational gift from a true friend. My whole heart filled with love and smiled with happiness the second I opened the card.
Day 111 – October 25, 2014: After 105 days, today is the first full day that my husband’s broken ankle is considered healed enough that he can stop wearing his ankle brace and begin physiotherapy. He is even allowed to start running on our treadmill! This makes us both super happy.
Day 112 – October 26, 2014: Pumpkin picking day! Who doesn’t love pumpkin picking day?
Day 113 – October 27, 2014: Our pumpkins are now resting comfortably in there new home for the next few days.
Day 114 – October 28, 2014: After straining my calf muscle on my last run outside on a rather chilly morning, I decided move inside to my temperature controlled basement and use my road bike on our trainer in hopes of not further aggravating my leg. As an added bonus, avoiding the outside temperature of -4 degrees Celsius absolutely made me happy!
Wishing everyone splendid happy moments!
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