The sky has been bluer of late.
The days are getting longer.
Last night I didn't have a gig.
Today I didn't have any obligations at all.
I went to church - the church we started attending after Nathan resigned his position as organist and music director at our old church - because I wanted to, and my spirit was lifted and revived.
Nathan and I both sing in the choir, and we get to sit side by side.
We sang Handel this morning.
The people at this church are nice.
Nathan and I had lunch with a friend afterwards.
Then we all decided to take an excursion to Whole Foods, because I won a $25 gift card from my school in a healthy-meals-nutrition-competition, for my submission of a photo of my breakfast.
Then the three of us spent an impromptu evening with a fun-loving, young-at-heart, wonderful woman. We ate too much good food and drank just enough good wine and laughed a lot.
I wish I had more weekends like this one.
But guess who's on spring break now?
Me, that's who!
Sure, I have to teach all my students and play three rehearsals and three shows and write a final paper, but so what?
After a day like today, nothing can rain on my euphoric parade!