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Here are my three favorite posts from this year so far:
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I’ve introduced FunkyPlaid to “Detectorists” and I’m enjoying it even more the second time around.
Writing from: my study in Portland, Oregon. Listening to: that great theme song again.
I dozed off on the bus and woke up to glimpse a huge rainbow in the eastern sky. The color of the sky was so strange that as soon as I hopped off at my stop I stood in the light rain to take a snap. No filters here, just gorgeous autumn sky.
Writing from: my study in Portland, Oregon. Listening to: “Resist the Tide” by Cynthia Hopkins.
Resist the tide, stand in the water
That’s baptism, that’s making light
Electricity is proof that there can be
A little bit of light in all this darkness
First the up: pumpkin spice cream cheese is surprisingly delicious.
Then the down: I had a hankering for pumpkin bread so I got a mix at Freddy’s plus pumpkin puree and mixed it all up and put it in the oven. Just as I was enjoying a sneaky lick of the batter, I glanced at the box and realized that I had managed to pick up the gluten-filled version as opposed to the gluten-free one next to it on the store shelf.
So tonight I am sick, and I didn’t even get the pumpkin bread I was craving.
Writing from: my study in Portland, Oregon. Listening to: the gurgle of my guts.
This is Cheechaw, our house spider. She sits serenely above us all and eats all of the nasty bugs that come around. I love her. I had to get up on a step-stool to take this photo and even then I had to lift my arms way above my head.
I named her “Cheechaw” for no particular reason at all except that I call most wee sweet creatures “Cheechaw”. It’s a generic term of endearment which probably originated from Lindsay Bluth’s chicken dance.
Writing from: my study in Portland, Oregon. Listening to: FunkyPlaid listen to NFL people talk about NFL things.
Today’s smile started when I picked FunkyPlaid up from the airport this morning and it hasn’t been far from my face since.
FunkyPlaid even managed to decorate a little for Halloween! I’m so glad he’s home. Work and exhaustion are solid distractions from my loneliness, but life is so much better when he’s around.
Writing from: my study in Portland, Oregon. Listening to: FunkyPlaid turn the pages of the book he’s reading.❤