Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do... but how much love we put in that action.
When someone you know is experiencing a turbulent home life and is displaced for the moment, it makes you even more grateful for your own quiet, peaceful home. And for daily simplicities.
Yesterday I made more gozleme. This time I filled them with spinach and feta (my favorite) and tried some with halloumi cheese and zaatar & olive oil. I made about 12 pieces and they were gone in no time.
Thanks to Jingles who turned a pot over on the balcony, I found a little surprise. A while back, I placed the top of a sprouting spud in a small pot of soil. I didn't actually expect anything to happen so when I found this little potato, I was quite pleased. I guess if the pot had been bigger, I might have gotten a bigger potato. Who knew it was that easy.
Dandelions have taken over lots of our potted plants and that's just fine with me. Where mostly there is no color, it is nice to see their little yellow blooms. I'm happy when anything is able to survive the heat and dust. Our afternoon temperatures are climbing up into the 80's now so it will only get hotter from here.
A large part of the weekend was spent crocheting. In fact, after I finish getting everything ready for school tomorrow, I will pick up hook and yarn again.
I hope your day is filled with simple pleasures and lots of love!