Day 28- Nothing to Say

It’s a sad Sunday morning when there is no coffee. I have bacon cooking and green tea steeping. The boys have all eaten breakfast and are running around. I am sitting here in my robe looking out the balcony and hoping for the best these next few days. I was up past midnight last nightContinue reading “Day 28- Nothing to Say”

Day 27- Craziness

I have to wonder how much money Americans would save if they stuck strictly to an all-natural diet. I do not mean the sales gimmick of “Natural,” because even arsenic is natural. I mean like fresh or frozen veggies, fruit, meats and seafood. Depending on the season sales are always going on for all four and goodContinue reading “Day 27- Craziness”

Day 26- Waiting, waiting, waiting

Anxiety is weird. I can be in a place where I should be having fun but instead, I am watching everyone around me for any sign of possible danger while my mind is worrying about global warming and the heightened numbers of viral outbreaks. True anxiety cannot be written in a meme. I want toContinue reading “Day 26- Waiting, waiting, waiting”

Day 25-Blabbering

I looked up pictures of Robin William’s death. I have always done this, looking up dead people. The first dead person I saw was when I was four at a funeral for someone in the village. I remember seeing people cry and thought the body looked weird. I can still see the body occasionally.  LookingContinue reading “Day 25-Blabbering”

Day 24- Therapy

I had a little bit of wine last night, whether or not this was a good idea I cannot tell you right now. I do know that I was able to relax even though my mind never did fully shut off. I did not feel I needed it but thoroughly enjoyed it. I admit thereContinue reading “Day 24- Therapy”