Thursday, February 23, 2006

standing up straight

it's amazing how a stressful situation bleeds over into ALL aspects of one's life. how one accustoms oneself to simply carrying the load. only after it's been put down does one begin to realize how heavy it was...

i'm feeling almost buoyant, knowing that nothing needs to be done immediately (chris will be here to help w/rent for one more month), and intending that the next perfect new job situation is already out there waiting for me!

standing up straighter every hour....



yesterday was my son's Golden Birthday (age = date of the month) and he was so swamped with school that we couldn't celebrate. maybe this weekend. architecture school is a slave-driving course of study, but he loves to have something really big and complicated to push against (ah, sweet energy of youth!), so it suits him. he's also been strong in art, math, and science most of his life. i hope it keeps working for him.

meanwhile, i've got the morning off, and chris and i just finished cooking a vat of chicken soup. he's got sniffles and i don't want them!

my beneficent blessings to all and sundry!

4 Comments:

At 2/23/06, 12:26 PM, Blogger Christopher said...

Thank you the Soup was Great!!!

 
At 2/24/06, 12:01 AM, Blogger nancy =) said...

thruout my entire life, everytime my back was up against the wall, all of sudden out of nowhere there would be a door and it would open...

everything works out the way it's supposed to be...always...

i love your optimism...keep standing, and keep open up those arms and your heart...

peace...

 
At 2/24/06, 8:57 AM, Anonymous veronica said...

Your turn to edit the script. I feel you should both come to NM.

 
At 2/24/06, 4:59 PM, Blogger sjobs said...

The change will be good. I can feel it.

Hang in there Taz and everything is going to work out. Just think of the extra time you will have with Chris in the next few weeks.

MN is a wonderful place even if it is cold in the winter.

Mary

 

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