But, I did put away the laundry from Saturday, put away the dishes, cleaned the bathrooms, and knitted. Knitting is a big stress reliever, for me. Oh, and I hemmed a pair of pants.
Neighbor T called in the morning and I chatted with her. Aunt C called in the afternoon and I had a nice long conversation with her (and with cousin N who shouted out comments in the background! LOL!).
Later, in the evening, I visited family. A couple of weeks ago, cousin V had called to tell me that her daughter would be visiting from New York with her baby son (he's the baby for whom I made that quilt, last year). I had called V on Saturday to ask if Sunday would be a good day for me to visit to see the baby and she had said yes. But, due to how I was feeling, I was of two minds whether to visit or not. Eventually, however, I decided I would visit. There was a cousin who was visiting from Australia, too, who was staying with cousin V, so I would be able to visit her, as well.
On the way, I stopped at a shop and bought two outfits for the little boy - they are a little big, but he'll grow to fit them.
I had initially planned a short visit, but I was invited to stay to dinner, so I did. I went with my cousins to pick up Aunt T and another cousin also joined us. So, it was a nice family gathering and I was glad I had decided to visit, after all. I guess I did find that reset button, albeit rather late in the day.
After I came home, I video chatted with my daughter and wrote to a friend.
Today, I am grateful for:
- Being able to knit
- Phone calls from friends and family
- Being able to get together with family, including visiting family members
- Managing to find that reset button, eventually
- Being able to overcome negative emotions
Tomorrow, I will attend to the tasks I didn't do today.
How was your Sunday? Do you have some days when you wish there was a reset button so you can restart the day?