Right now I’m…
re-arranging plans due to this week’s rain
hoping my chickens take out many more anthills. They got one yesterday that we know of and I’m so over the bugs already.
listening to the birds out my window. I have two nests in my brother’s tree right outside my office.
asking for patience every day with pandemic deniers that I love
looking forward to checking out Jen Louden’s Get Your Bother On
listening to classic R&B while I’m working at night… on the radio! Normally I keep it on Spotify but this has been nice.
wishing I could make my coffee as good as a barista and knowing that I will likely never be willing to grind fresh beans every day, making this a useless dream
also wishing for a way to tell if I’ll enjoy a book or not before I read it. As against biometrics as I am, this might be the one thing I’d be willing to scan with my fingerprint for information!
straddling so much old and new I might as well be riding a mechanical bull
eating way too much garlic
loving this giant piece of smoky quartz my husband gave me. He’d saved it for Mother’s Day but thought I could use it early. It’s cold and stabby and oh so perfect. It’s the largest rock in my collection.
melting Annabel Lee by Dark Candles. Their Patchouli is my favorite because it lasts so long but I also love their Amber Velvet and Dark Carnival.
handling my summer SAD as best as I can. Yes, already. Yesterday I shared a little about it and deleted it as soon as someone said they love this weather. She meant no harm but yes, most people do, which makes what I’ve got so much worse because cognitively I know I should love it. I know it’s beautiful. In the winter, when I’m thriving, there are so many people who feel this way and they’re understood. So part of me wants to help people understand but since less than five percent of people feel the way I do, is it really that important? 120 days until September!
dealing with messes ex-friends left behind. Honestly I’d rather deal with this than the people themselves, even if I had to go in a building, which I avoid doing, to handle this business she should’ve finished nearly a decade ago.
trying to keep Wood Sprite on task. The procrastination is real. Honestly the same goes for me.
What are you up to this week?