Lightening struck. Thunder boomed. Thalia scanned a wall of grey in search of a blue window. “Looks like the paddleboard is staying in its backpack again today.” The Muse of Wit’s shoulders slouched. “Chemo infusion… too windy… storms. We haven’t been on the water in over a week.”
T-shirt: “My wife said if I bought her one more stupid gift she would burn it. So I bought her a candle.” 😁
I just finished a book where the author admitted, in the afterword, that she had to break it into two parts. The first book was so good that I went onto Amazon the next day to order book 2.
That turned out to be books 2 & 3. Hmmm.
BUT! We (meaning Deb, basically) had signed up for Kindle Unlimited last month (after I reviewed Deb's Kindle spending for 22Q1 & 22Q2 and found that yes, we'd save money subscribing to her ebook habit) so I could actually get the books for free... I just would have to read them on my iPad, is all...
I thought about it.
$26 later, the books (real, hold-in-my-hand books) will be here Thursday.
Real books rock. I look forward to holding your next one, Gail.
Methinks Goldilocks has rightly sized up this upcoming work to the letter! How could it be anything less?!
I pondered Nia with her 12-inch ruler and determining the end of radiation treatments relative to when the book needs to be a wrap. Is she so old school (ancient soul) that using an iPhone and quickly flipping months in the calendar app would feel like cheating?🤔
Knowing Tal, it’s easy to imagine her cabin fever. Twirling in the Study has to be very limiting! I hope working on the form for Henny’s leaping uses some of her pent up energy.
Looking forward to well executed leaps!
“And just as water fills a hole because of gravity, existence will rush in to fill us and overwhelm us if we don’t meet the outer world with an inner life.”
~Mark Nepo, The Book of Soul
I love that Typist saw fit to share this quote!
In my Morning Altar’s training, this was our most recent practicum:
“Destination Addiction: The Obsessive Need to Know Where We Are Going"
Two key elements from my practice are wander and wonder.
A participants share on the idea of curiosity and untethered abandon…
The discussion continued on travel, wonder, and curiosity and as it relates to curiosity, wandering and wondering, she said:
“The more I experienced “it” the greater it tasted, and now, I just want to shower and bathe in it.”
The power of words… What would you do if you suddenly realized everything you have ever feared is a lie, a made up construct to explain some element of the unknown?
What would you do if you were unafraid? 🤔