The Day Slipped By

Morning Installment A quiet cup of coffee in front of a roaring fire is about all the excitement I can bear this morning. Attila and I are working today. We will both have a day off tomorrow. We thought about visiting our little house in the city this weekend, but snow/rain has been forecast for… Continue reading The Day Slipped By

Being Alive is Great

Morning Installment It is still raining out there, after raining all night. The driveway is ice/slush/water, but Attila got out without any trouble, so I expect to as well. The roads will be clear and wet for the drive into work. It is a beautiful drive. No matter how distracted I am at the thought… Continue reading Being Alive is Great

Quiet Day, Early Night

Today was a long day; I worked for six hours and am no longer accustomed to being on my feet for that long. I feel pretty good, all things considered. The office I’m working in for the next few days is a pleasant one, so I’m happy to be there. Rain, rain, rain! We received… Continue reading Quiet Day, Early Night

The Scent of Honeysuckle

This morning optimism hangs in the air like the scent of honeysuckle on a hot humid day. Why? That is unknown. Sometimes things just are the way they are, and the reasons present themselves in their own time and place. Yesterday the high speed Internet bill arrived in the mail. The young phone-answering employee at… Continue reading The Scent of Honeysuckle

Disowning Projection

International Women’s Day today. I’d already written the topic below when I realized what day it is. Not one single person in my world of face-to-face contact mentioned it, and not many, perhaps not one, would know what I was talking about if I mentioned it. So, I’ll mention it here. I’m actually doing pretty… Continue reading Disowning Projection