Really, she’s changed so many things on subtle levels,
and they are now becoming real as we move into them.
After a month of putting out fires, dealing with clients and issues in shipping in our business, and also slogging through some terribly blue days,
a friend posted a simple sadness thinking about her dogs not knowing
where she was if something happened to her.
Tears finally came, and they would not stop, so bouts of weeping as i did this or that.
Depression lifted quite a bit; crying does that.
Don’t hold back those tears… They are good for you..
Our morning ritual.
(Yes for now we are still using our Fiestaware while I wait to hear back from the CEO.)
I gave up coffee so Mitchell’s supply would last.
I don’t miss the coffee too much — though the non-coffee headaches lasted a 3 days!
I miss Mitchell brewing the coffee in the studio while I begin work,
smelling the skunky aroma, slicing a hank of ginger so thin,
and him bringing me my coffee-ginger-brown-sugar-gaot-milk coffee in a cheery mug.
But I’d rather he had it!
I love tea, and since I found the Teaspot
(Tracey Fletcher King’s art took me there)
I love it even more: Tumeric Herbal, Ginger Peach, Mango Tango, and Morning Mojo.
Funny thing, he is now drinking tea in the afternoon,
trying the teas I suggest and sampling what I haven’t yet
(you can order samplers of tea if you like).
“Memory is more indelible than ink.”
Anita Loos, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
“I think not….”
Me… why I journal!
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