Day 4 –
and northern air has been delaying spring in the valley, night time temperatures dipping slightly below zero (Celsius).
Bundled up in my balaclava and in my gloves, I am still enjoying the clear sunny days and fresh air outside albeit two metres from anyone else.
I was reminded Wednesday that anxiety to some degree is touching nearly everyone.
I know that applies to me also. My mind is like a car driving the highway, occasionally it swerves over the line and head-on I am dealing with anxious thoughts. As soon as I realize it, I swerve back on the correct side of the highway, allowing myself to relax again.
Let’s keep our hearts high, if we are not over the mountain yet, I believe we can see the peak!
Word of the Day – Stodgy
- dull, boring, uninspired, dreary, uninteresting
- (pertaining to food, a british expression) heavy, filling, indigestible, starchy
In a sentence; While I love those croissants in the morning, they are stodgy and should avoid eating them.
(the word of the day was inspired by a Netflix movie I watched Tuesday – Phantom Thread. I won’t give it away but the ending surprised me !)
Quote of the Day –
“Don’t allow yourself to become careless in the matter of dress in the home, nor permit your wife to do so. To sit down to dinner in the hot weather in your shirt-sleeves may be very comfortable, but no nice woman looks with equanimity on any action that her husband would hesitate to do in the presence of other women.” – How to be a Good Husband.
Musical distraction time –
I have to leave you friends today with a snappy song, fun song
I love this acapella version, I think it is a brother and sister, 4 minutes long, she has a sweet voice and I always am amazed at their sound, vibrant and clear. If you are interested click here
I’m taking one step forward and three steps back
Kick myself for letting go of the things I had
Guess you don’t know what you got till that junk goes bad
Never should have dumped that hand me down I got from dad
I’m solve one problem and another one’s popping up
Ain’t it ironic how the problem get’s chronic
‘Cause when you got it good you just don’t know when to stop
Don’t worry ’bout the earning if it stops you from living
Thank you for your time visiting today, I hope you are safe and snapping your fingers to the memory of the song. I appreciate comments and my blogging friends. – David