Grateful for Lazy Days

This past weekend was a long weekend for those of us who live in Canada as Monday was a public holiday. Even though the weather wasn’t perfect (grey, gloomy and rainy), I spent a wonderful weekend. My three days consisted of Zumba, chores, family time and reading – plenty of it! I curled up on the sofa and read a couple of books I had taken out of the library on Saturday.

Going back to work yesterday, the relaxation of the weekend seemed a thing of the past – and too short. Crunch time is now on as we begin working on report cards. This week is filled with preparations for the school concert (which will be on Thursday evening) in between talking about our students’ assessment.

I am grateful this week that I had the chance for a weekend of relaxation before one of the busiest times of the year. Now it is full steam ahead until the year end.

What have you been grateful for this week? Share your post in the comments below.

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18 thoughts on “Grateful for Lazy Days

  1. I love a relaxing weekend. I am grateful to be feeling better….I had an irritating allergic reaction to hair dye, and the past week has been painful…and now I think it’s almost over! Thanks for sharing, and have a good week.


  2. Such a luxury to be able to curl up like that, Colline! You must be a fast reader. I can imagine you totally engrossed. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ Back to the grindstone now! I’m grateful for a few days of the lovely sunshine you were missing. I’ve spent a lot of time outdoors. ๐Ÿ™‚ Good luck with the rest of the week.


    1. I am definitely a bookworm Jo and tend to ‘gobble’ up books when I have the chance ๐Ÿ™‚
      Sounds like the warm weather has definitely arrived in your part of the world Jo. We have had a taste of it, and then the temperatures have dropped again. We keep hoping for uninterrupted spring days.
      Enjoy your warmer weather.

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    1. I managed to read “The House of New Beginnings” by Lucy Diamond, and “The Affair” by Amanda Brooke. I enjoyed both stories very much and have searched for other stories by these novelists.

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