1. On Sunday we needed to drop by Lowe's and the library, so we decided to make an afternoon of driving to Ventura. North on Hwy 101 to California Street in Old Town Ventura.
2. Phone calls with my brother.
3. Visit with my sister-in-law. We live in the same town and used to work in the same school and often saw each other seven days a week. Now we're lucky to see each other once or twice a month. So this week, I grabbed a couple of cups of coffee and headed to her house--just to chat for an hour. We should do that more often--both the coffee and the chat.
4. Quiet hours of reading.
5. Bluster Bay Shuttle. I need a shuttle to use with my loom. I didn't have one. Asking around, I discovered that a member of the spinning/weaving guild was selling a couple of hers. So I bought one of these:
I'm one step closer to actually weaving on my new-to-me loom. Hopefully, by next week, I'll be able to report that I've wound some yarn on the new shuttle and used it to begin practice weaving.
This was my quiet week. Even in the quiet, ho-hum weeks, there can be blessings and simple pleasures. How was yours?
I've linked my Friday Fave Fives to Susanne's blog Living to Tell the Story.