Friday Reflections

Friday Reflections is all about reflecting on the week by observing our senses.  My hope is that this will be a gentle, easy way to tune into how we are doing and what we are experiencing weekly when journaling in general can feel so daunting.

Now, for this week’s Friday Reflections (with each sense as your inspiration, consider how experiencing it impacted your week).

Here is my sensory round-up for this week:

tasting ::  stuffed Portabello mushrooms caps (think walnuts, onions, spinach, blue cheese), Chicken Tetrazini, baked potatoes, roasted asparagus, white bean and kale soup, black eye pea soup, sugar cookies, and pumpkin bread

hearing ::  lots of interesting, challenging questions from Happy like “why do the parents always die in movies” (this after seeing both Frozen and Walking With Dinosaurs).  Well, that’s a doozy, eh?     

smelling :: lots of cleaning supplies as we worked our way room by room for little organizational and cleaning projects over the last week.  Our car was on autopilot to the food pantry, Goodwill, and the local clothing closet!

seeing ::  most of our family over the course of the last week which is always good for the soul.  Love seeing cousins play and grandparents enjoy grandchildren while siblings rib each other and remember past moments.  Also, plenty of movies: Frozen and Walking with Dinosaurs with Happy and Saving Mr. Banks (That one was just me and BF).

feeling :: excited about the new year.  From making my own plans for the new year to being able to witness some inspiring women chart their own courses at three visionSPARKS over this weekend, I definitely have the new year bug.

wishing/hoping ::  to build just the right, powerful foundation for this new year that I am eager to really enjoy.   

What about you?  What were your sensational experiences this week?  Please share!

This post was inspired by Teacher Goes Back to School who was inspired by Pink of Perfection’s Five Sense Friday.

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