It's the end of June! Hard to believe that this year is flying by so quickly! Lately I've been contemplating some changes I've had to make in my life. One of the things is, I've been thinking about my pronouns. No, I'm not going politically correct on you.
I'm thinking of how now it's not our granddaughter, it's my granddaughter. It's not since we moved to Winchester; now it's since I've moved to Winchester. Now I'm saying "I" and not us. Mine or my and not ours.
I'm still experiencing grief and I'm not on any schedule that you find in a book or at a bereavement support group, but my own. Recently I was worrying about a friend of mine who lost her husband just this past winter and was wondering if she should really be making the big move she's planning "already". But for her that's the right thing. It's not my business, not my schedule. It's hers.
And now I'm finding out the true meaning of the terms "fifth wheel" and "two's company-three's a crowd." So. I'm flying solo.
Well, you know, one of the things I like to do is go to antiques malls and I snap photos of 'sayings' plaques. Just something that I like to do. Wanted to share a few with you ...
|I think this is my motto now!|
I have been keeping as busy as I'd like to be. Our knit and crochet group has reached it's goal of 800 hats made for Life Stream of east central Indiana! Yeah!!!!! Now I'm back to crocheting lap blankets and dish cloths for other local charities. I'm still doing Geri-fit two times a week -- stretching and finding out just how much I've lost in the shoulders. And I bought a $15 bike at a garage sale -- Jeff fixed it up for me and I finally got up the nerve to ride it. (I wondered if I might just fall over like President Biden did!) But I didn't fall and break a hip (that's what folks were saying "don't fall and break a hip". LOL!) I've got a good place to ride here at Summer's Pointe -- nice and level. Also, getting ready to enter a few items in the local Randolph county open class fair. (I'll keep you posted on how I do.) So, I keep occupied.
Well, enough. God bless you wherever you are today and whatever you're doing. And as we prepare to celebrate the birthday of our great country, pray for our nation. We surely need it.