|View from the cemetery at Kingston.|
1. Last night after a grueling day at work and a long drive home, I arrived home to a gift: Chesapeake Bay Mother had fixed supper for me, CB Son, CB Daughter, and CB Father. The menu included grouper; a salad with vegetables from her garden (yes, still, because she is a magical gardener); mashed potatoes; homemade bread; collard greens; asparagus; and the very best chocolate cake I have ever eaten in my life. Ever. The Chesapeake Bay Children can vouch for this. There is nothing better after an incredibly long day than arriving home to a delicious dinner that involves no additional work on your part other than passing the butter.
2. Today at 1:30 in Williamsburg, the Mathews High School Cross Country teams compete in the Regional meet. I will be there standing in the rain under an umbrella trying to take photos. Aside from the rain it should be a very exciting meet.
3. Here lately I've contemplated many options relating to this blog, from stopping entirely to slowing down some to establishing a three-posts-per-week schedule. I hate the rigidity of any sort of schedule, so that's out. This blog, however silly and ridiculous, is one of the few things I enjoy doing in my life (when I'm not swamped), so I don't want to give it up entirely. But lately it's become a chore, and that's not a good sign.
Most of this is due to the fact that I (a) have a job that
Plus, some days I just
So maybe I'll cut back some or maybe I won't, who knows. This too shall pass, I'm sure, so please just ignore my complaining for now. Thanks.
OK, now it's your turn to share three things or four things, six things or more things. Let yourself go, let it all out. What's on your mind today?
|An old skiff blending in well with its surroundings.|