Never have I been happier to report that nothing interesting is going on around here.
I haven’t been anywhere in a week. Well, I’ve gone outside for walks in the neighborhood, but I haven’t been in a store or restaurant or medical office.
No haircut. No trip to the mall. No foray to the party store next state over. No shopping at the garden nursery.
Pretty much, NO to all the activities I’d planned for the end of March.
My calendar is empty.
Instead of fretting about the nothingness of now I’ve decided to focus on blogging.
To wit, I’ll be writing here in my usual way, trying to keep my posts short, snappy, sassy, stylish, smart. And any other positive ‘S’ word you can think of.
But writing and maintaining your own personal blog is only 60% of blogging. The other 40% is reading other people’s blog posts and commenting on them. Therein is the secret of blogging, truth be known.
And with that little bit of wisdom gleaned after messing around in the blogosphere for 16 years [anniversary this week in fact], I’ll hit publish on this post. No need to dither here when I’ve all of you to read and comment upon. Must share the comment love.
Yep, I’m looking at you, my fellow bloggers. Ain’t you glad?
As the seasons change so does the early morning light, meaning that when I’m up early drinking my coffee out on the deck, I see things differently.
[Or is it that I see different things?]
Above is a photo in which you can see a jet plane, headed one direction, and the waning crescent moon headed the other direction.
[Look closely, they’re both there.]
To me this seems like they’re saying hello and goodbye as they pass each other, rather like the way in which summer and fall pass by each other on the calendar.
[Or something like that.]
I’m not a poet, nor do I profess to be profound. Instead I notice things, photograph them, describe them, then allow my thoughts to meander. Perhaps with no purpose. Perhaps with a keen insight that I have yet to understand.
[Regardless, I think the above photo is cool.]
Happy Autumn, everyone. I’m looking forward to it. Whatcha got planned? Spill the beans in the comments below.
I took the fast & fun interactive What’s Your COLOR ID Quiz on the Sherwin-Williams website. Click HERE to go take it for yourself.
My quiz results told me I am a Dreamer. A Dreamer is defined thusly:
I was further told that as a Dreamer I do the following:
Here is a screen shot of a few of the Sherwin-Williams colors that a Dreamer likes to see in her home.
Here is a photo of the wall in this particular Dreamer’s home office [or study if that’s what you want to call this room] where she is currently sitting. This wall is painted SW 7666 Fleur de Sel, one of the colors shown in the image above.
It’s not often that I take an online quiz and end up with results that I agree with 100%. In fact some of my previous posts [here & here] have been less than kind when discussing my quiz results, but for whatever reason, this time the quiz results made sense to me.
And with that I’ll end this pleasant post about knowing who I am by wishing you, my gentle readers, a Happy Weekend. May it be colorful in a way that pleases you and filled with sweet dreams ’til sunbeams find you.