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Today is a little breather for me. Time for me. Although there are the normal kinds of chores one has to do–laundry and picking up and taking care of the cat (and really, cat of mine, that “I have no opposable  thumbs” argument is getting old) and working my online gig–this is the one day this week that I don’t have to go anywhere. Tomorrow I get to go somewhere, but that’s entirely different from having to go.

It’s knitting at the library day today, but I’ve been there every day this week at my temp job and I need a breather from that, too. I love my library, but enough is enough sometimes. If only I could get a little break from my “roomie,” as well.

So, the genius plan for the day is to get the chores done this morning and take the afternoon for my own greedy self. I don’t know what I’ll do–it’s a gloomy day, chilly and threatening rain, so outdoor activities are probably not on the docket. In any case, getting out of the house and going somewhere, if only to sit in my car at a favorite park and listen to the rain (if there is any) on the roof while I knit or read or dream would do me good.


Later: A peacefully producious morning here. The last bit of laundry is drying, I accomplished all I wanted to and more at the job, and now it’s time to look ahead to the afternoon.

About Kymm

I'm a reader and writer and knitter, a sister, daughter, and friend. This blog is my letter, of love and hate, frustration and joy, rants and praises, to a great big world. You can read it if you want to.

2 responses »

  1. Sometimes just taking a deep breath outdoors can be therapeutic. Rain can be a very gentle background soother too. Enjoy whatever you decide to do.


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