There is something about wind that feels very supreme. I’m not talking about a blast of Arctic cold wind – but a breeze that is slightly colder than the warm air. I love that kind of wind. Makes me believe the universe is doing some atmosphere cleaning. I take notice and I’m grateful.
I haven’t done a To-Do-List in ages. All my tasks are scattered about in my head. Very hard to nail them down and make sense of what needs to be done and when. Time to prioritize and make that list. I’ve got a busy next couple of months.
The rain has started and the winds have died down…the air is so fresh, but I must close the window: Noise pollution floats upward. Very loud in the quarter this evening. Whenever there is a football game at the dome, the quarter erupts with foolish drunkenness, especially if it’s a college game.
I’m very lucky to have neighbors that have put up simple clear lights for the holiday. It’s beautiful looking out and seeing a sea of muted yellowish lights. All the balconies and galleries look warm and inviting. I appreciate this time of year in the quarter.
It’s hard to believe another year has come and gone. It went so fast…? The older I get the quicker they come and go. Knowing this – I should make better use of my time. I’m not a NYE resolution type of gal. Long-term goals seem to fade within a month or so of promising them, which leaves me highly disappointed in myself. Everything sounds so perfect when planned out in the moment – but as time passes, I find something new to be excited about. So all I really accomplish is some heavy duty daydreaming. Big whoop!
I know that I will be focusing on an item from my bucket list…you know, things to do before I die. This year’s bucket list item is having a show outside of the US. Not sure where – as I’m sure that will present itself when the time comes. But that reminds me that I need to renew my passport!
I think I’ll take this next year, month by month. Little bites are good. Oh, my tea is cold and almost gone. Time for bed.