High and Low

Posted by Claudia Moser on 8:10 PM in ,

One more day, another wonderful Wednesday behind me. Some of my highlights:

- Seeing my mother happy after buying her a new phone, she was so thrilled and so excited, like a child receiving an amazing gift! I love her smile
- Finding new wool for my next project, this time planning some Christmas gifts!
- Walkimg with Peter and mother in town (I guess we did at least 7kms)
- Talking with friends on the phone
- Having an evening coffee with friends on a terasse and enjoying the evening sun
-Walking with Peter in the evening and enjoying the night lights

Today is what I define as a perfect holiday day, simply happy.

As for the lows I did not find any, I hope no one is upset with that!



Lovely that you couldn't find any lows Claudia! It sounds quite wonderful. I so wish we could see a photo of your mum, but I guess she is probably shy!! Enjoy the rest of the time with her.

Wow, what a wonderful day you've had. I'm so glad for you.

It is fun finding the right yarn or fabric to make something. It is even more fun to buy a wonderful gift for someone you love. I'm glad you had so many highs.

Sounds like an absolute perfect day Claudia. No one deserves it more. I love your excitement at watching your mom's smile! So beautiful.

@Diane - I think I might have one! Let's see what I post tonight :-)
@Sarah - it was a great week!
@Belle - yes, and the colours are simply amazing, can't wait to knit!
@Barb - I was pretty excited, now a bit sad though, but I'm sure you understand!

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