Monday, June 07, 2010

My home comps are down but now I can at least post from my PC at work. It goes a little more quickly than the Blackberry lol.

I got some grass mowed yesterday and the new bedding plants are happily tucked into their new soily home in front of our home. I have weeding to do but that's one of those tasks I can do in little bites at convenient little moments in time. I pick and tug here and there, tilling the earth gently to relieve my own stresses and insanity. I love the clean appearance of freshly tilled ground, free of weedy invaders.

Tornados tore through a small community not far from some of my family Saturday evening. They were skipped over, missed and spared and for that I am grateful. It was a very scary weekend for them. Seven people were not so lucky as the storms tore down a police station and destroyed a high school the night before they were to celebrate graduation. I will be praying for them.

I'll probably hit the noon meeting again today in an effort to maintain/restore spiritual balance. The whole dying computers situation really pissed me off and knotted me up over the weekend. I suppose the timing of it during the final push to move our office and all the other stuff going on is what really got me off the beam. I am so connected to the internet with banking, recovery, reading, info gathering and so forth. perhaps I might use this as an opportunity to re-assess my computer usage and dependence.

This alcoholic needs balance.


drybottomgirl said...

We are on the same page today...I need balance as well...

Carol said...

I was having computer probs about 6 months ago, posting from the library, what a pain, I'd had a series of laptops which were glitchy, stay away from Levono. Now I have a Dell desktop which is so dependable, I don't have to give it a thought.

Read your comment about tornados, I noticed the ones in Ohio. I grew up in Norwalk, have lived in Lorain/Elyria and Ashtabula County. Inching my way to the East Coast!

Thanks for visiting my blog!

Syd said...

Balance is really important for me. I need to have my head and heart in alignment.