Grateful for Long Weekend

The last weekend was a long weekend for me and comprised of four days of rest. I slept late and feel less tired (as my daughters say, we should have more long weekends!).

Downton Abbey season 1.jpgI spent some of my time watching a series that I have grown to love: Downton Abbey. I enjoy the drama and the day to day happenings of the characters in an England that no longer exists. I delight in the intrigue, and love to hate some of the characters. I managed to finish watching all the episodes until the end of season 4 – and now wait impatiently until the next season is broadcast on Netflix. While watching Downton Abbey, I worked on the afghan that I am crocheting for my daughter. She chose the colour combination and I think she chose well.

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2016
Crochet Ripple Afghan. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2016

The Violin Man's Legacy

I spent some time reading on the sofa with a cup of tea in my hand in the early morning hours while the rest of the household was still asleep. With my feet up, I entered the world of Jack Calder in The Violin Man’s Legacy  by Seamus Gallacher with no interruptions. I am happy to say that I completed this novel and was able to begin another – Crash & Burn by Lisa Gardner.

Most of the weekend was spent at home. With the temperatures way below zero (at -36C), we decided to spent family time indoors. I was grateful, however, that I was able to rest completely and that I could spend long lunches and dinners eating and chatting with my family.

Processed with RookieWhat have you been grateful for this week?

Last week:

Laura was grateful for friendship

Lavender Ladi was grateful for the opportunity to give

(Join me and share something that you have been grateful for in the past week. Link up with my post so that I know you have participated)

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14 thoughts on “Grateful for Long Weekend

  1. Minus 36!!!! I can’t imagine dear Colline 🙂 In here it was 20 °C that is not normal for February!!!! Now should be less than this. Because the sun goes down soon… I loved your crochet waves.I will make it too, but I should learn, because I haven’t done before waves… By the way I knitted socks with 5 sticks, I learned how to make 🙂 from youtube! I am grateful for this weekend, that we traveled to Baku and I hold my grandson in my arms at first time. He is three month old now. Thank you dear, Blessing and Happiness, love, nia

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  2. I was reading your post with a smile on my face till I caught that alarming – 36C. I think I would pass on our coffee date next week 😉 It’s insanely cold, Colline.

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