Is the pandemic one of those world events where we’ll all remember exactly where we were when we realized, holy crap, shit’s getting real? For me, the reality sank in in phases, but when it really became real was on March 12, as I sat in the bleachers at a swim meet that all the … Continue reading Holding back tears at the pool
I know it’s woo-woo and hippy dippy, and many of the people I love and respect most in the world roll their eyes at astrology and tarot and all things occult, but I’m just going to come out and say it: I love the tarot. (And astrology, and the occult, but this is just about … Continue reading Confession: I love the tarot
Dealing with groceries is pretty far down my list of things I like to do. In fact, it’s probably my least favorite task every week. Today, though, it was kinda nice. A rainbow over autumn leaves isn’t a bad way to start the day. Continue reading Grocery pickup rainbow
I’m glad I skipped my morning workout. The mountains and sky are beautiful in their October colors. Much better than our dark basement. Continue reading Mid-morning run
As I lay down in bed last night, I knew I didn’t want to exercise first thing in the morning. I’m bored of my workout routine, and also, I didn’t have a blog post queued up for today. I had already laid out my workout clothes, and I went to sleep knowing I’d put them … Continue reading I skipped my morning workout
I slept in on Sunday after I woke at 5:15am to feed the dumb cats. When I got out of bed around 7:45, this time by my choice, the light out back was glorious — a dazzling golden light on a crisp October morning. It shone on the bronze blades of ornamental grasses, on the … Continue reading So many birds!