Kind of spoiled

Another wonderful afternoon … it’s been over a year since I’ve had a massage and 2 and a half years since I was having them monthly. It felt good to have some of the kinks worked out.

Afterwards, I went for a 2 mile hike and since summer is in full swing at the beach club where I access one of my trails … I decided to finish off my afternoon with some kayaking. This is one of the smaller lakes but they do have boats and paddle boards available. I just did one lap around the lake since the seat back on the kayak I was using was broken but I’ll keep this in mind and next time I’ll make sure to check the seat before I get out there!

Keith’s going to take me to dinner on one of the other lakes and after he goes to bed tonight I’ll head down and work some. I plan to get one more bound and I want to start pulling some backing fabrics and piece them for the tops I’m going to quilt next week.

Sometimes I wonder what I did to deserve this life of mine and know how lucky I am which is why I work so hard trying to give back and make a difference in a small way with my quilting, knitting, and crochet.


  1. You are extremely generous with your time and talent, you worked hard as a nurse to get these benefits you enjoy today. You make the most of every day given. Enjoy big time.

  2. You give back a lot. I feel like I’ve worked hard all of my adult life, so I’ve earned some relaxation. You worked hard as a nurse – and also earned your “retirement”.

  3. I love that you appreciate your life so much and are such a happy person willing to give back. So many people just take everything for granted and don’t realize how wonderful life is and can be. Enjoy your posts and you inspire me everyday to do more!

  4. Looks like a great place to kayak and absolutely incredible snips Mary!

    You simply put a spell on me with these stunning sceneries, loved them!

    This reminds me of an incredible kayaking journey on ‘River Mahaweli’ I took on the beautiful island nation of Sri Lanka. We kayaked in the day and camped in the river bank in the night and it was undoubtedly a little piece of heaven on earth.

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