Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Woosh

Who knew the new year would be so full?
Tomorrow is Maria's day to bring snack.
Yesterday I made spaghetti from Monday's meatloaf.
Today I wrote for an hour and then decided to let "it" go unsaid.
Saturday is the launch of FIRST build season. Go robotics!
My mom was here.
Grandma is here.
I brought home a worm wrancher's compost bin.
Must order worms.
There are two new mammals living in the Bird House.
Every day I do something new to settle in to our home.
Every day I pause, in disbelief, and revel in the joy of being home.
My go to daily uniform is in a sad state and I will have to buy another pair of jeans. ASAP.
I want to blog about Betty and Joe and Chango and Benji and Pepper and Polly, but I first need to resolve my pathetic camera situation.
Good things are coming.
This post is kind of spastic.
So am I.
I hear coyotes.
I awake to the calls of barn owls that sit in the pine trees.
How are you?

4 comments:

  1. Sounds like things are starting right up for you.

    I'm doing great here but missing the quiet days before everything jumped back into action. I may not work, but I still don't find time to do all the things I want to be doing...

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  2. I'm wondering how that birthday of yours was! And also fairly spastic at the moment -- good word for it.

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  3. Natalie, isn't life grand? Seriously! So many plans for our homes, so many things to write about, so many people to love!

    I hope your camera situation is resloved VERY soon...miss your photos. Love this post tho'. It's just how I'm feeling these days. Spastic, but not uncomfortably so!

    Cheers!

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  4. I am looking forward to seeing some pictures of your new mammals! That is if they are the picturesque kind! We have a couple of new mammals in this house too.

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