From a very young age my brain spirals out of control from thoughts. I am one of those deep thinkers. I ponder things, constantly. What I read, what I see, what I do, what has to be done. It can be exhausting. Lately, it’s been hard to break the cycle. So hard that I am thinking about taking up jogging. You know I am desperate to even consider it. Jogging and I do not mix. If you know me in real life then you are probably laughing over this. What to do?
Church, youth group and a long walk will have to suffice for now. We only have two more meetings for youth group and then my seniors are off like a bird.
We have Senior Recognition Night this week. You have to be invited to it and we were so that will take place on Wednesday, which conflicts with my book club meeting for Dear Edward so I need to pass on that.
This week is also our wedding anniversary. I just did the math, 27 years? Between the kids leaving and 27 years of marriage I am feeling ancient. On this same night the choir banquet was just scheduled. I am glad they are having one. No food, so not a banquet really but the idea is there and it will be outside at a park.
I finished Dear Edward and will have the review posted soon. I must finish The Invisible Husband of Frick Island this week. I was going to read the latest Reese Book Club pick next but the publisher is sending me a hard copy and I’d rather wait for that than read it on my Kindle. I need another book now.
My TV watching was wonky this week. When you feel like jumping out of your skin and can’t settle down, the idea of sitting in front of the TV is not appealing. Repainting a bathroom sounds appealing though.
- My son purchased a car. It was stressful since he was only in town for so long but I’m grateful that it’s done.
- Breakfast for dinner. It’s a meal we have a least once a week and it is always well-received and easy enough. I am back to easy meals. No fuss is a plus.
The forecast says rain, which really means drizzle for Monday. We need every drop so rain, drizzle, mist, we will take it. What did you do this weekend? I spent some of it trying to get a TB test for my daughter’s new job.