#sol19 29/31: Getting Close to the End of another March Marathon :(

So I didn’t write a slice yesterday.  I wasn’t sad about it because I was too busy living my slice. Without a full time job, without my full time man, there’s lots of time to fill… the dream of most people who don’t feel like they have a spare mintue.

And now that I have the energy I was missing when I was grieving my loss of Tuvia… how I fill my days is my challenge, a challenge not to piss (pardon my language) away.

Usually I have breaks in my routine but yesterday I was on the road, from one commitment to the next and by the end of a very rich day, I was happy to just sit in the quiet darkness of my space and breathe and sip coffee.

When I was with Tuvia, there was very little I wouldn’t share on my blog.  It was often personal topics  but not private.  But now,  I’m  often writing to make sense of the private that just can’t go public…But as I live  inthis chapter it’s dimentional and exciting as I push myself beyond my comfort zone…

So it’s been a great month… writing public, writing private… crafting the next months as we come out of this winter’s hibernation.

All good here 🙂


11 thoughts

  1. Like elsie, I look forward to your posts whenever they are here. So glad you are living your life. Keep living and enjoying, post when you want, I will keep reading when a new one appears.

    • And I am heeding your advice… a camera and a walk.. how simple and not.. Often I read your slices at night on my phone and I don’t always get to comment but moving with your words and images is something so perfect-dessert at bedtime. 😉

  2. “I was happy to just sit in the quiet darkness of my space and breathe and sip coffee.” I’m learning that sense of contentment that you describe. Your words help me understand it better. Thanks!

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