Sunday, January 20, 2013
It is a sure-enough beautiful morning here in Lloyd. Cool but not cold and the sun is shining like it was brand new and just trying out its powers. I am realizing that my dreams are going to be changing a lot and not necessarily for the better but that when I wake up, I can struggle out of them. I can see the day for what it is and that's a blessing, especially when it's a day like this one.
I am looking forward to a day, soon I hope, when there is nothing I have to do. It's been a long time since I had a day like that. It was two weeks ago today that Mother fell and broke her ribs. Two weeks. Such a short amount of time. A lot has happened though, in those two weeks.
You know one of the things I'd do with a day in which I had nothing I HAD to do?
There's so much I want to talk about, to get out of my heart and brain and into words.
Meanwhile, Obama is about to be sworn in again and I want to watch that and there are dishes to wash and the boys are coming over soon and then other people are coming over soon and there are things to be unloaded from the trailer and it's all okay and good and the sun is shining and the cardinals are chip-chirping and I'll process more crap and stuff and facts and dreams tomorrow.
There is time.