August 2022 Ruminations: Good, Bad, Indifferent
August 20, 2022 and finally, a satisfying rain pouring down, with a unique radar that seems to only include a small pocket of the area. The lawn has never looked better and today another hopeful milestone.
John Corbett came over and measured the window in the garage that I need to install, it’s been a hole there covered by a carpet for decades. Ugh. But finally getting around to it. Like many things here at the house.
I’m not happy with what’s happening in my life, my life here by myself in my house.
Despite the respites that travel provides me, I am unsettled and not digging how it’s going. I get too much resistance.
So I am going to try and change focus, and get ready for some really great travel that is coming up.
September 14 I fly to Prague, then take a train to Brno, for the Traverse meeting, a week of fun and a visit to Central Bohemia right after. I often look. back at this blog to see what I was doing around the same time.
Last year I was on a cruise with Scenic on the Douro River, that was a really refreshing cruise, and I was more in tune with myself a year ago. I was more hopeful about my relationship than I am now.
I then dialed back to August 2019 and then it’s Newfoundland, and my trip to California with the grandkids. That was a good fun trip. The highlight was the Pageant of the Masters, I still think about that.
This is the place where I put my thoughts and ideas, and the place where later tonight I’ll sit down and write a review of the play I’m going to at Ja’Duke Theater in Turners Falls.
The only way to go is forward. And I guess it’s ok to be a little unsettled, open to what might come my way, a little less confident, less secure. But so be it. Bring on life.