Well, I spent this whole morning working on my October/November/Recent Favorites list, and then I stopped and realized that we’re halfway into December, and I KNOW that there’ll be more to put on the list soon. For instance, The Witcher season 2 drops this Friday. Why post a “Favorites” list now when I know I’ll want to add The Witcher within a week? There are a couple of movies I know I’ll see in the theater in the next two weeks, as well, and my Cyber Monday skin care product haul from e.l.f. arrives today. I’ll be trying out those items over the next two weeks, and I imagine I’ll love at least one of them enough to share with you here.
I put the post on hold, figuring that the end of the month will be a better time to share it. I’ll be able to sweep up all of the little goodnesses left to share before the new year gets underway. It’ll be 2021, done and dusted.
Shelving the post I’d planned (and actually finished) meant that I had nothing for you, so I thought I’d share a few splendiferous things from today!
Today’s Favorite Little Things:
1). My cousin and I made a plan to catch a meteor shower together this (late) spring and make a four-day weekend of it!
2). My friend and I made a movie date plan to watch The Matrix Resurrections!
3). The cookies I made yesterday are even more magickal today than they were last night!
4). It feels like a spring day in here! It’s colder here in the house than it is outside, so instead of turning on the heater, I opened the windows.
It’s a stunningly beautiful, balmy 73F outside with clear blue sunny skies and an abundance of birds in my yard, none of this being the slightest bit unusual. Arizona in the winter is special. Arizona at any time of the year is special, but even we AZ natives and long-timers view it all starry-eyed when we think of how things are in other climates.
5). I’m getting my Yuletide deep cleaning and decorating underway!
I’ve got some pics to share from today, as well.
First, I have this one of the small desert cottontail rabbit who lives here. I’m surprised every time I see him because he’s so defenseless, and there are flying predators and stray cats around here, as we well know. Somehow, he keeps on living and living. I named him Bunnicula, because you never know, he might actually be undead.
Birds gathered on the lines:
In this one you can see the edge of Geronimo’s burrow to the left:
The patio in front of the sliding-glass door.
Magickal Mesquite! The deeply shaded little space beneath this tree is a spiritual haven, and I’m so grateful for it.
I hope you’ll all enjoying a lovely day, as well. Farewell for now, my friends.
p.s. I’m just going to ignore the loud clown horn that someone just started squeezing repeatedly somewhere on my street, haha