Herself: Stirring everything up.
Reading: Jim Butcher’s series about a professional wizard, Harry Dresden. The first one was excellent, some of the ones in the middle are endless, and the last one was excellent. One has to like sci-fi and fantasy to enjoy these.
Balance: Stirring up change.
My tooth is back in. My dentist wasn’t happy with me. He thought I might have bumped it two years ago when it was first put in. Yesterday, yes, I kept my mouth open for fifteen minutes. Yes, I didn’t eat anything for an hour.
The next thing I did was to go over to the local brick and mortar school where I take writing…tho the class is up at the Episcopal Church. I’m not retiring from the Thursday Poetry Group, but I am changing the one big class I take each week. Stirring up life. That’s me.
Imagine, they offer three watercolor classes this summer.
I came home to dig out my watercolors. It sounds so simple. My art supplies live in the garage in back of the truck, in back of stored art, in plastic bins too. After moving a mountain of art that was bungie corded to metal shelving, I found my brushes. Tired and dirty, but all there. Then I put that pile back and moved over to another set of metal shelves. There I found not only my many drawers of water color tubes, but also my “sets.” Very handy little things tho the color isn’t stable.
I need paper and a pencil now. I also need something to carry water in. I can do this, but who knows if I can draw well enough to fill the lines in with color. We will see.
To add a fillip of dimension to my day, I re-subscribed to my two AA meetings online. I understand the program much better via online, but I burned out on volunteering and not understanding things. My brain often acts in a straight line when life doesn’t do that. Sometimes I can’t even understand online AA.
Maybe I now have too much on my plate with these new added things. Who knows. I certainly have a sense of happiness inside that was missing recently. Anticipation.