Oh that feeling of completion. From finishing a years-in-progress knitting project to finalizing the tax returns to small endings like using up the last of the blue cheese dressing and tossing the jar into glass recycling. More space in the fridge and one less thing to think about moving, storing or giving away.
I'll be glad to get to the end of my current read, the Indifferent Stars Above, by Daniel James Brown, the author of the Boys in the Boat. What possessed me to read an account of the Donner Party's ill-fated journey? It might require critical incident stress debriefing afterwards, similar to when I recently read the Holocaust parts of James Michener's Poland. I'm taking recommendations for a happy book.
This finished painting marks the end of winter weather. I think we're there - the cherry blossoms are finally blooming, three weeks late. Last year they were three weeks early!