To feel relaxed while sitting, I, like most people, like to prop my feet up on something, or else I'm not comfortable. Sadly, though, this table is rough on the ankles. I am on the lookout for an x-large ottoman, preferrably in cows hide.
The weekend at the Cabin gave me the opportunity to perfect the art of sitting. It was my goal to sit and enjoy the act of sitting.
My good friend, Mary, accepted my invitation to sit with me this weekend at the cabin. She was all over that idea after working a 12-hour shift at Children's Hospital in the NICU, plus driving an hour and a half to the Cabin. As soon as she came in she hit the shower, put on her new PJ's, and sat in the big brown chair. I had a frosty glass of cold beer ready for her. She seemed to enjoy sitting and drinking it and winding down.
Sometimes a sit turns into a laydown, if you're not careful.
While chatting on the phone, I like to sit in the chair next to the phone.
Then I had this great idea, hey, let's go sit somewhere else. We finally got dressed and took a drive to the Meramac Springs State Park in Missouri. We found a great place to sit.
My hat looks fab on you, Mary.
Sitting Friday evening and all morning and afternoon Saturday left me with a relaxed, peaceful feeling. I needed the time to just sit and enjoy my surroundings, the sites and the sounds and the calmness that I so rarely feel. Thanks Mary, for the weekend of sitting.