Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Monday, September 25, 2017

Right Now

Right now I am:

~ looking at the books I have to read picking some fiction for my phone.
~ loving the time I have spent walking over the past three weeks.
~ thankful for a break in my personal clouds.
~ inspired by my upcoming birthday.
~ savouring school holiday break in routine.
~ reading... well... Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkeban and Accidentally Overweight paper editions... just finished Wild on my phone...
~ swooning over summer in Portland Oregon.
~ enjoying waking early.
~ feeling vaguely hopeful.
~ counting steps.
~ tasting cauliflower cheese (with blue cheese) yum!
~ wondering how one forgives oneself.
~ making little progress on much other than books.
~ wishing it was a year from now.
~ hoping my application is accepted.
~ glad of the rain as an excuse to chill out at home.
~ listening to Daughter too much... need to put something happier in the mix.

~ relieved I made a call.
~ seeing my typewriter and the start of a scrapbook page.
~ dreaming of snowy mountain lodges.
~ thinking I must get back to writing.

~ anticipating sorting some crap out.
~ going to the movies next Friday- Blade Runner The Final Cut.
~ grateful for my best friend.
~ in awe of spring.

Light Up The Week

 

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Monday, September 18, 2017

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Stars, Poetry, and decisions

My horoscope today is confusing... Should you work to enjoy the now you have or the future you don't? This is not to say that you won't have the future, but now is as certain as certain gets; then, not so much. 

It reminded me of this poem I found the other day...


Decisions without certainty suck and sometimes I have it all sorted at 2am only to wake up and find in the light of day things seem to have shifted and changed once more and I am confused again.

Serial Casting

Back in April and May Tama spent six week in casts to try and help him stop tip-toeing around. He got his casts changed each week gradually making the angle of his ankle smaller and smaller... it worked pretty well at first- but old habits die hard and now he's almost back to where he was and we are trying something different.











Saturday, September 16, 2017