Quarter of five.
At last I figured out what was bugging me yesterday, and this morning I took action to fix the problem. I unfollowed the blogger whose writing was upsetting me. No more need be said about that.
Eight twenty five.
A big gust of wind blew over my recycle bin less than an hour ago. This morning is cloudy and gray. I doubt that I’ll get to the store before Gloria arrives at ten o clock. I don’t feel like hurrying anywhere, and it’s comfortable here at home. Sometimes I think it’s okay to just let big dreams remain dreams, particularly the more unlikely they are. It’s even harder to actualize dreams when you’re dealing with other people’s wills. My family said that my mother was crazy for her idealism regarding rock music. Maybe I should take a day to remember her and see what I have lost since her death. One thing is sure: I’ve been through the mill ever since she died, almost as if I’d done something wrong. Is it the sins of the fathers and mothers coming to roost on my head? And sometimes it seems reasonable to drink my life away.
Vampires can only harm you if you invite them in. So don’t invite them.
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This morning I woke up early and made breakfast for myself, then went outside to recycle. I’ve been doing this more often lately, but today there was a big gust of wind and my recycling bin blew away. It’s not like I have a lot of time to waste, so I decided to just let it go and enjoy my breakfast. Plus, vampires can only harm you if you invite them in, so I’m not really worried about them.
Thanks for sharing.
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