Iâ€™m home five days now, and just begining to feel comfortable again.
When you travel to Mars and back again, I guess a period of adjustment and a massage is necessary. This morning, I actually slept in past day break, and when I stepped outside, the rain looked speciously like snow.
Yesterday, I made beads and spun wool. Iâ€™m slowly finding my feet. I also downloaded over 600 photos from Kenâ€™s camera. We both took about a zillion photos this last month. Posting pretty photos makes me feel like Iâ€™m keeping this daily commitment, even though Iâ€™m not.
I hope to get back to writing soon. But a lot of things I do as a practice have been put on the back burner. For now, I feel like Iâ€™m painting a room a new colour, and need to clear out all the stuff, take a look at it, toss some things, and take my time about only putting back the stuff I want or really need.
I know my dad has ADD – and Iâ€™ve said it before, the apple doesnâ€™t fall far from the tree. A huge mirror has been held up to my face in the last couple of months. The main difference with this apple is I think Iâ€™m aware of my issues, skills and solutions.
So, hereâ€™s to my feet on the ground, my head in the clouds, and my friend, Sally Forth!
Oh and, a pretty picture to enjoy.