Friday, December 29, 2017

Five on Friday

We went to a short trip to Carmel by the sea. Today evening we came back home. So, I did nothing as much since morning. I’ll write in details about the trip. The little town by the sea is just like a fairy tale town. I think any time I can go there and relax. Carmel wouldn’t be boring anytime to me. Anyway, after eating out continuously since Saturday we wanted to have some home cooked food. So, I cooked in the evening, and the day was mellow.

I had work in the morning. So, there was no time to relax with a cup of tea. After coming back I cooked dinner, and clean up a little. I have much more to clean.

Today I had work in the evening. So, I got the whole morning to clean. The living room was in mess. I fought I could finish within 12:00. However, it took me forever to finish the living room, and kid’s room. 

Today was another hectic day. I cooked for two days, the I deep clean my kitchen. On the tip of that the contractor guy came to finish few more things. They left the ion the afternoon. Then I went to work.

Today again I had a long day. I left home at 5:30 in the morning for work. Came back around 2:30. Then again went to Costco, as I ran out of many things. In the evening I really couldn’t move myself.


Terra said...

I have been to Carmel by the Sea a few times, the little cottages by the sea are so cute and I like the art galleries too.

mamasmercantile said...

Carmel by the Sea sounds idyllic, a lovely place to visit.

Nancy Chan said...

You had a very busy week! Looking forward to your post on Carmel! Happy new year to you and love ones!

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...

Dear Krishna!
I wish that the New Year 2018 turns out to be a very special one for you filling each day with peak of health, abundance of happiness and sunshine, bountiful luxury and prosperity and Zen like serenity.

La Table De Nana said...

Happy New Year:)A friend I had at one time send me a CD w/ her pics from Carmel..Oh my♥

NanaDiana said...

Love Carmel-by-the-Sea but have not been there in many, many years.
Hope you have a wonderful upcoming 2018! xo Diana

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I have visited Carmel by the Sea twice in the past. It is a beautiful town, lovely setting near the coast. I appreciate all your visits and comments on my blog in 2017. I wish you and yours all the best in 2018, Happy New Year. Have a happy weekend!

Kathy Leonia said...

i would rather cup od coffee than tea:D

Sandi said...

I have been to Carmel. It was very nice!

Wasn't Clint Eastwood the mayor at one time?

Betsy said...

Would love to visit Camel by the Sea. You certainly have your days filled. I wish I could have your energy.
Wishing you a Happy New Year.filled with the best life has to offer. Betsy

Red Rose Alley said...

I live about three hours from Carmel, and haven't been there in a long time. I'm glad you got to visit. I bet it feels good now that your kitchen had a deep cleaning.

Happy New Year! I will be taking a blog break, but Nel and Jess will be posting still, and come by and visit anytime, and I will visit your sweet blog as well. I hope the new year brings you much happiness.


bj said...

I bet Carmel is beautiful
Happy New Year

Miguel Gouveia said...

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Magic Love Crow said...

Happy New Year My friend!!! Here's to a great 2018!!! Big Hugs!

Grandmabeckyl.blogspot said...

A busy week indeed. Glad you had a nice getaway to Carmel by the Sea. Never been there but it sounds nice! Take care!

JoJo said...

Happy New Year Krishna! I loved Carmel by the Sea. So many cool shops and little alleys.

Pixel Peeper said...

You sound like you were very busy indeed. Take it easy on yourself! Happy New Year!

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