Simon’s day off – so we did what we needed to do – a big shop at Evergreen for huge bags of flour and oats and other staples. And, while we were at it, organic apples, veggies and fruit.
We stopped at several other places – picked up peat and “stuff.” The best part of the day was early on when we took the dogs for a walk on the rail trail. The sun was shining for the first time in what seemed forever – it was lazy and lovely: wildflowers everywhere. Just one of those walks where you end up just strolling. Beautiful.
And then the shopping, which I find hugely enervating. I’m not good at it.
But we got it done and I even got some gardening done this afternoon.
And that’s it. Gad! I fear my life is sounding madly dull.
And it is dull. But at the same time it isn’t because I am exactly where I need to be, doing what I need to be doing. Everything is right, even when at times it doesn’t feel like like it quite fits.
It is still utterly right.