A little less.
A little less tummy. A little less to worry about. A little less mulling over the future.
A little less yarn. I was able to pass on a collection of stash earmarked for charity that I just wasn't going to get around to making into anything any time soon. Now I am just left with a much lighter load and it's my hope to use up almost everything by the fall. Why? My quantities will fit a certain sized child, space is at a premium, and frankly I don't want to have just for the sake of having.
This flower is going towards my next sewing project. My kid is lunging for something interesting to chew on. When I am feeling thoughtful, I like to work on small things. I kept the crochet thread.
I did some recipe testing this week and was left with egg whites and cream amongst other things. I actually thought about making cake because I also have leftover milk, but um yeah- a little less tummy. So frittata for my husband. Not for me because I detest the smell and taste of cooked eggs. Conveniently there was also some freah thyme drying out in the fridge and some leftover cheese from a texmex meal earlier in the week. Using up the stuff that can go bad feels like a win. We have started to buy only enough perishable food for about two meals at a time and a few extra vegetables that can sit around. This means we're pretty good about having home cooked food about 90% of the week.
A little less screentime, and more time for dreaming and creating. And on that note, later.
This would be the perfect Saturday night film. We used to own it on VHS.