She sits in the Rose Garden at Queen’s Park…a vision of peace and solitude
Just breathe. Think of all the good things that are to come.
Just breathe. Know that the current series of events being experienced are temporary.
I’ve not written a blog post in a couple of weeks now. In the 3 1/2 years since beginning in this forum, this is the longest I’ve gone without expressing what’s been in my head. I’ve been writing though. Make no mistake.
I’ve even written a few posts that upon review were abandoned.
A gift from a friend
Just breathe. The pain will pass.
It has been four weeks now since I’ve had hot water in my home. Tonight hot water was restored to my bathroom sink only. All of this has thrown me into a quagmire of sorts. Still, I adjusted my schedule and just made do.
And the posts I found myself tossing onto the page were more rants than anything else. There was at times a rather petulant attitude dripping from the words that I felt didn’t serve the purpose of this blog at all.
I’ll muscle through. I always do.
I need to bring my focus back to marketing the book and returning to good health. Much more advantageous to focus on these avenues.
Last weekend I took my daughter to see the Fleetwood Mac concert at Rogers Arena here in Vancouver. It was truly a spectacular show. Stevie and Lindsay shared a few memories with us. Mick was crazy on the drums and Christine was back in the fold!
This band now ranges in age from 65 to 71 years of age. And they played without an intermission for over 2 1/2 hours. We were beside the stage in the 10th row. Fabulous seats!
Aging really is all in your head. Keep moving and doing the things you love and are passionate about and you’ll barley notice when the skin begins to sag a bit.
I’m working through the pain of the car accident. It’ll be tough…but I’ll get there.
I went out for a walk on Easter Sunday and grabbed my camera. I’ve not done this in a good long while. An eagle soared above me and the trees look lovely in their spring green foliage.
These darker emotions that I’ve been experiencing I’ve channeled into the beginnings of a murder mystery. I penned the first few chapters last weekend. I think I’ve covered all the genres now.
In any case, here are few photos from last Sunday. Enjoy!
Queen’s Park on Easter Sunday…the cherry blossoms are bloomin’ and everything just seems to be set to rights.
Simple and enduring beauty everywhere.