I'm really savouring my quiet days at the moment, knowing they are finally limited and quickly coming to an end.
Every other Thursday I don't work so an hour of my morning is spent at pregnancy yoga which I find just leaves me feeling so calm and centred for the rest of the day. So the TV is left off, the washing machine too if I can get away with it, and I spent the day in quiet pursuits.
There's usually a bit of knitting happening and the cooler weather means the meow might hang out on my lap for half an hour or so if I'm lucky. Today I also made some soy candles for my yoga instructor. I'm still the only one in town doing it, although apparently next week (on the week I can't make it of course) a few of the other pregnant ladies in town are planning on attending. And because I'm the only one she hasn't accepted any money, saying I'm her guinea pig. Lucky me! So I thought I'd make her some candles in thanks.
I don't have a book on the go at the moment which is sometimes a good thing because it means I get a lot more done. If I have a good book it doesn't last very long but on the days I'm reading it a whole lot of not much else happens!
I spent a bit of time out in the veggie garden, giving it a good watering and enjoying the sunshine until the flies were beginning to ruin my calm and I headed back inside. Hopefully I'll head out in half an hour or so once the flies have left for the evening and before the mozzies come out to spend a bit of time doing some light weeding. It's a bit of a juggling act to do gardening in between bugs out here.
Our mulberry tree is having a little spate of out of season mulberries as well. We had a couple of weeks with a lot of glorious rain and now some lovely low to mid 20's sunny days means that I'm getting a small handful off the tree every few days.
I think knowing these sorts of days will be very much ended for a while in approximately 18 weeks is making them all the more sweet but I am really feeling so recharged after a day of quietness.