Gratitude Friday, And Visible Monday Reminder

It’s crazy time at NDYS headquarters! Moving, cleaning, forgetting where the scissors are, disoriented kitties – you all know what I’m talking about. My nerves have been a bit frazzled but I am keeping my s#!t together through deep breathing, short meditations and tall wines in the evening. Soon life will be back to normal and I’ll be looking for ways to stir things up.

No matter how chaotic life gets, there are plenty of things to celebrate on Gratitude Friday:
1. This view. It’s always changing and always breathtaking. I lecture myself to never take it for granted. It calms me and makes me feel good.


2. Thrift store scores. I have to show off this 1990’s fully sequined swing jacket – with Neiman Marcus tags still on! I’ve already worn it once – see it at Visible Monday – and I think I will have fun styling it with casual pieces. If I keep the look too dressy, it looks matronly on me.


3. The Night Of, and John Turturro. Have you been watching this HBO drama? I can’t stop thinking about it. Beyond the who-done-it, there’s a chilling indictment of the legal system, and about prejudice, and what happens when you get sucked in. Excellent acting by the whole cast, too, featuring Riz Ahmed and Mr. Turturro.

4. Great prices on end-of-summer sandals. I need lots of sandals here in Florida, as they get worn daily for half the year.

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One Comment

  1. Thank you Patti for the gratitude reminder and your very uplifting post today..Great jacket makes me want to go shop local thrift stores but am trying to be on a no buy time out as my closets are a little too full. Loved your view I live in NYC and we also have beautiful sky above to be grateful for and and as
    Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote “the sky is the daily bread of the eyes”.

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