i do miss blogging more often, but in simplifying my life and putting focus into my passions, well, i'm more likely to choose doing art or reading. and of course, working together around the new house.
like a lot of bloggers are finding, it's not the blogging necessarily, but trying to stay in the loop. i just don't feel right blogging if i don't visit other blogs too. i set aside mondays to do the bulk of my visiting. but if i blogged more i would want to visit more.
and when the wildflower naps, if i choose to get online, i am left unrested, buzzy, scattered.
but i'm still here!
- our fingers are still crossed in getting hooked up on broadband soonish.
- we got ourselves a generator, yet to be installed. will sort out all the power cuts we get.
- our new sofas arrived (you can see one in my header at bohemain shadows - you know i blog there right?)
- i've re-started Proust's in search of lost time - read the first, swann's way, about a million years ago.
- frustrated at the lack of art materials, but working on that. husband is searching for wood for me to paint on. otherwise happy doing whatever art i can.
- trying to help a couple of stray dogs that have been hurt. the local shelter has a vet there but they promised to be here days ago. no way we can get the large and dominant dog into our car. so i just keep feeding them and showing them affection.
- i've tidied up my links on the sidebar, do let me know if you have me on your blogroll and i'll reciprocate
- several tiny stresses, mostly financial, but otherwise, life is good
Tara is starting up her Unschooling Coaching.
a touching post from Hyacynth about living life with blurry bounderies.
The Good Men Project is seeking essays from 13- to 19-year-old boys that explore the topic: Describe a moment that changed you.
if you've ever felt an incling of disatisfaction with facebook or twitter, or the whole shebang, then find out about diaspora.... very exciting.
books in the home makes for scholarly children