I'm stuck at home and I'm lucky I have such a comfortable home but I'd rather take photos of landscapes. It's such a beautiful time of year and I miss the trees and the fields.
Our living room and dining room. I bought the large painting years ago from one of my patients who has since died. I first saw the painting in 2008; it was part of a showing at the Glenrose Hospital when I worked their briefly. I didn't have room for such a large painting at the time, or the money, but she became my patient a few years later when I had the wall space and the money; the painting was still available thankfully. I love it. The flowers are from friends for my birthday last week.
While I was taking the grief course last week, we touched upon the idea of altars to remember people. I was thinking about building one when I realized I already have one. Not everyone is dead, thank goodness, but these are my people.
I tried to put the highchair away but when Jack came back, I realized we still need it; he likes it and if I'm honest, I like it because it contains him while he's eating.
There is only one bowl of tomatoes left on my kitchen island. I've made a lot of tomato sauce this year. The roses are from friends for my birthday last week.