Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Plugging on

I never had any intention of shutting down Isis. I NEED this outlet. Last week was awful and this week has two more night meetings and two other nights of long drives to see a certain relative.

The garden goes neglected, Plutarch goes unread, the woods goes unwalked-in. Sigh. Only 20 more years until retirement.

7 comments:

Ela (braveheart) said...

hmm, at least for five minutes stand in the silence of your garden and listen to the sounds, be aware of your breath, because... you are the guy totally in love with life and this job lately is starting to make you miserable.

Kat said...

I am contemplating that.... with or without a parachute!

citizen of the world said...

Hi, you stopped by my blog and now that I am home and emerging from mind-numbing jet lag I came over and read back a bit. Looks like we are in acord about gardening/being outdoors. Hope you can get outside some and let it heal you.

Janice Thomson said...

LOL - I'm sorry but that last line was funny.
Ela definitely has an excellent solution - we all need more of that in our days of stress.
Take care my friend.

the walking man said...

Laugh ECD, it's only work.

Peace

Chase March said...

Everyone needs a break. I knew you’d be back and patiently waited. You have a fan in me!

Rebecca said...

One should always take a moment to breathe and center oneself. So easily said, sometimes so incredibly difficult to accomplish. But is is a practice, and we should practice with intent.

Regarding your comment on "How To Be a Girl," yes, of course, you may use it.

r.