Have you ever loved something that you became slightly more than a little devastated when it went away? Me too! That's why I am so thrilled Fadra reconstituted Stream of Consciousness Sunday. And even though my computer is still fried (still because I haven't taken it in, still because I am nervous that it is irreparable and will cost me bunches), I am typing my thoughts, yet again, on my phone. You get a few less words, by the way, committed to screen using merely your thumbs even though mine are quick thumbs. The upside is auto-correct in equal measure to the downsides from the same feature. Who knows what this will actual say because one of the rules is unedited. I won't go back and check!
I don't have much to say today, at least nothing terribly important. I feel light-hearted though, and that is always a sweet way to spend the day, especially one with nothing terribly important to do.
I'm digging the heck out of two books I'm reading. Shall I share? Yes, I will. Department of Speculation by Jenny Offill. I'm about halfway through and She's just nailing what if feels like as a mother, and wife, of a small child. The story is told in (usually) related and clever snippets. Different! The other is The Woman Destroyed by Simone de Beauvoir. I am just in the first, of three stories, but it but it is intense.
How are you spending your day? Is it snowing by you? It is here. Nasty day but there is a plentitude is pages to read, movies to watch, and a full DVR. I like days like this. Do you? When there is no real pressure to do anything.
Five minutes, thumbs only, unedited.
Fadra! Thank you for bringing back one of my favorite things to to on a Sunday! Visit allthingsfadra.com and participate so we can read what you're pondering on a Sunday even if it's not much of anything at all! Like me.