Good things

How about a good things list today.

This author reading his books on Instagram (although the backwards words on the screen trip me up a bit). I received his first book as a gift from my daughter when she returned from a British Isles study semester in college. I adore his books.

This recipe – so simple and so good. The lemon, ginger dressing is going to become a staple in my fridge.

This simple hat pattern is the perfect thing for stash busting, donations hats, and a brain that can’t settle down after days filled with uncertainty. I have made two and will start a third one tonight.

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

11 thoughts on “Good things

  1. We’ve got to take the good where we can find it these days and these are all good things – I particularly appreciate that hat pattern!

  2. Thx for sharing; luv lemon and the hats are so bright, colorful…I love knitting those kinds of hats for charity purposes and am adding to my list.
    Cheers~

  3. Mac Barnett was backwards for his first book, but he figured it for yesterday … I’m sure Oliver Jeffers will too! I heard that Pete the Cat is also reading books at noon ET. Stay well my friend.

  4. I couldn’t agree more about being grateful these days. Looking for the good and the hopeful and appreciating technology. I knit a little preemie hat yesterday and plan to do a few more. Simple knitting for complicated times.

  5. That recipe sounds delicious, though I strongly suspect I’d be the only one in the house who would eat it.

    I’ve been hearing so much about people sharing creative content online — reading books, playing music, singing, etc. It really warms my heart that we’re all doing what we can to get everyone through this together.

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