32 deletions in my email within this last hour. This does not count the spam folder. What has my world come to? I paw through my inbox to see anyone human. Outside of a very few faithful, and one consistent bff, I’m being swallowed up ina whirlpool of unwanted literature, if it were the more traditional mailbox, the post office would have to charge for a larger box!
It’s been a quiet winter, writing, that is. My life has been full of family, paint, and work. Those things are not bad, they are things that keep me busy, keep me from thinking deep within. Which is fine, we all need a break from ourselves, don’t we?
Those that do follow me, you’ve seen us painting. The painting continues because we are interrupted by life happening! My goal is the end of this month! Then little things can be accomplished, but the massive undertaking will be done and I can live my life again, in rooms that need to be experienced by me. I see the sun shining in my large living room, and it needs me to enjoy it! (weekend project–the dining room!)
I spent an exciting evening watching my son, the principal, do a “shoot out” with the competitor school principal between basketball games (yes, it was basketballs!).
Oh what fun! My family brings me great joy.
I babysat last weekend and the little ones were so absolutely adorable! Little Miss thought she would really “be really bored” while the old folks watched 1963 (I believe) “Great Race” with Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and Natalie Wood. Surprise! She couldn’t wait to see what Professor Fate would do next! And, one of the highlights of our weekend was the trip to McDonald’s. It is, after all, “our kind of place.”
Little Boy loves his boots from Grandma and Ross
So, as you can see, it’s been a very busy winter. It’s March 11th, and for the second weekend in a row, we are experiencing the brutal temperatures of winter! I sure do look forward to spring. I hope my British Soldiers can hang in there!
I have been showing a series of the Tsz Shan Monastery – the environs, the big Guanyin statue, the water lilies, the places of meditation etc. I will continue to show some of the architecture of the temples which are of timber construction. The architecture is based on the style of the Tang Dynasty. The […]