So much dirt!
Then we took an excursion to Kabob Je Rotisserie and Grille for a feast of falafel, hummus, fattoush, mujaddara, tabouleh, and pita. Without exaggerating, it was the best Lebanese/Mediterranean food I'd ever had! I stuffed myself and very happily carried home a plate full of leftovers. The staff was nice enough to allow the dogs on the patio and even brought them a dish of water! They were stunningly well-behaved and drew lots of compliments. I felt so proud.
The day continued with a trip to the garden store with my mom (the expert gardener) where I picked up some salmon-colored double impatiens and white verbena, which will be potted as soon as the threat of frost goes away. These flower names are too technical for me...I prefer to call them pink and white flowers.
I ended my day with a slice of lemon cake and a mug of earl gray tea.
Sometimes it's nice to forget about your big deadlines and demands and just focus on the little things. It really is the little things like a spring morning in the park, a good meal, pretty flowers, and a cup of tea which make it all worthwhile.