This has been one of those weeks. The insignificant details of which are so mundane that as I think on things I end up feeling both foolish and grateful that this is the extent of my worry.
This is part of why I write. It holds me accountable. It makes me write things down and consequently work through them. This process is how I gain perspective, especially on days like today that follow hot on the heels of a very 'meh' like week.
Good things of note - seeds lists have been completed, motivated by the fact that Seedy Saturday is tomorrow. Within the four walls of my home the process was calm and thoughtful, but really, if all goes according to tradition it's a throw down the gloves, give me all the seeds kind of scenario once inside the seed party. What can I say, I try.
This is the on-going pile that likes to sit around on my desk. It has chosen this place of residence precisely to distract me from the tasks that I like to be distracted from...weird that. On a side note, this book is truly an inspiring piece of writing - pretty little sketches accompany writings that illustrate the stronger points of science. This format pairs well with a mind like my own.
And this. This is my frozen topsoil pile. The problematic word being "frozen". In the waning days of Winter, frozen is a tiresome thing. Regardless of how mindful one is.
There is this song that has taken up residence in my head. And for once it is of the welcomed variety. The reminder of it came via car radio last weekend, with such a force that it was necessary to pull over along the roadside to listen. Your Rambling Friday musical selection is from the Songs for Clem record, Trouble in the fields by Sarah Harmer. The notes tell me it was released in 1999 - a fact to which I utter "Yikes"!
Happy Friday folks. Have a great one.