Michael and I rarely go out. We’re not big on crowds, we like cooking at home and we honestly just love our alone time together.
But every now and then when we don’t feel like dirtying up dishes, we will go out to eat at a sit down restaurant.
Inevitably by the end of dinner, we cannot WAIT to get home. When we…
I think a lot about the fact that our time here is limited. Sometimes it makes me shrink into a corner and cry. Sometimes I look at death passively, like observing a bee pollinating a flower.
Death is a very difficult thing to come to terms with in your life. I wasn’t exposed to it very often growing up, now it feels like it’s all around me. I guess that’s the way it is when you get older, you know more people, everyone else grows older with you, and before you know it you have to buy a new funeral dress because your old one expired… just like everything else.
Give your loved ones some extra time and attention today; they’re not going to be around forever.
Now that I’ve made you all nice and sad, have a great Hump Day!
“A touch of cold in the Autumn night –
I walked abroad,
And saw the ruddy moon lean over a hedge
Like a red-faced farmer.
I did not stop to speak, but nodded,
And round about were the wistful stars
With white faces like town children.”
-T. E. Hulme, 1908
It’s all fun and games until you discover your heart is all mushy…. Happy Thursday everyone!
I got up at 5:15 this morning (new record!), stumbled into the kitchen to get some coffee and almost