"We are all wanderers on this earth...our hearts are full of wonder, and our souls are deep with dreams." ~ Gypsy proverb

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Joy Pockets

Celebrating Joy Pockets with

•Honoring the process of shedding skin
•Kale, blueberry and strawberry smoothies
Knitted food
•Finding a new yoga studio only 5 minutes away
•Watching E. fill out the multiplication table, for the sheer challenge of it
•Mesmerized still, by the beautiful lyrics of this song

And yours?
xx oo


  1. So wonderful MJ. I like the 'shedding of skin.' concept, I think I need to do that more.

    I wanted to ask you some advice about home ed. I will ping you a mail.

  2. that photo rocks, and so does your list. i love it!

  3. These joy pockets always make me smile :) I love felt food, but hadn't thought of knitted. I really need to acquaint myself with the needles. I hope your weekend has been just as lovely as the week that lead up to it!

  4. Awesome picture and beautiful list. I do believe the girls would enjoy some gack making. Thanks for that inspiration!

  5. * Watching my 3 year old go to town on a cookie larger than his cute little face
    *Dinner with my Sister in Law
    *Becoming ordained so you can marry 2 of your closest friends
    *Re-reading A New Earth and learning something new

  6. These joy pockets are great! Love the knitted food and the great links!

  7. All of these sound wonderful...I think I will look for some joy pockets of my own today!

  8. Only in FL. would one come upon a snake like that, no? My "joy pocket" of late? Definitely baking my first handmade loaf of bread! Now if I could just find time for some knitting today....
    Love to you MJ!

  9. Looks like it was a wonderful weekend!

  10. I'm so into that song. When I get the guts, I'll sing it on stage with my friend's band. It's one my *list.* How cool is that snake skin? My oh, my!

  11. hey, totally missed this one!

    how i would love any yoga studio, let alone one so close!


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