A while back I set a few targets to aim at.
In the spirit of the Spring Equinox, time to check back in.
According to my psychiatrist, I am doing great mentally!
Physically, well I just keep putting off getting in shape. How very American of me. Call it my way of showing patriotism.
I did get health insurance, I think since they deducted the amount in my account to cover the payment, so I will be planning a check up and my annual girly visit soon. Also
am hoping will be giving the treadmill a workout more often this spring.
Certainly not where I was.
Can’t say this is improved, but I am hopeful.
My uncle’s car has sold. I continue to be able to pay my bills, but the extra money is tight to non-existent at the moment. Still I don’t feel like I am to the point of selling off body parts to maintain my hobby of eating regularly.
Cupid you seriously can be so stupid.
For whatever reason one person continues to stay on the outskirts of my life. Still unsure why we keep each other at that distance. Is it we know we would never work out or the deep fear that we would? Who knows.
Still I continue to date. Met a few guys over the past couple of months, but no one that has gotten past a quick kiss goodnight or friendship status.
Still gaining in closeness with my family & REALLY grateful that we are all able to spend more time together.
The low hum has revved up to a loud chant at a full moon fire side ceremony!
So much more actively growing in this aspect.
Ask & the doors open.
I have connected with so many people that continue to enrich my studies, remind me of what is possible, available & beautiful in life.
The challenge at the moment is learning to give – without thinking in terms of money. I am decluttering (365 Days, at least one item per day) but its hard to think of giving outside monetary gifts.
I almost started working at the Red Cross as a volunteer, but at the last moment it didn’t work out with my schedule. I may still find a way to give some time there or just figure out a way to donate somewhere else.
This needs to be a better focus.
Still struggling to get back into cooking for fun & sewing/quilting, but other than a few moments I just don’t seem to hear the muse when the space & time are there to work. Same can be said for the pendants. Thankfully I got one to my sister, but haven’t finished many more. Harder to come up with the design inside the pendant & what to do with the completed ones.
Photography I have decided will always be a hobby & never a career. I devoted time to the local camera group & adore a few friends I have made through there, but unfortunately I don’t enjoy the events anymore. Being “in charge” of organizing has taken the fun. Other participants expect more than just showing up & having fun like we used to. As the club grows in size, new members seem to want a host for the event & find some strange joy in complaining about various things that happen to go wrong. I’m over listening to people unload their stresses. Giving it a bit of time and hoping I can renew my enthusiasm soon. Til then I am LOVING capturing the sights of life & have my own photo challenge to keep me busy.
So much of this renovation project has been put on hold. Can’t really see the logic behind spending money on it while not working, yet when I do work, I don’t have time to work on the house. Still working on clearing out the unneeded, but when it comes to projects…..
Also at a standstill. Thought it would be great to get some flooring down in the bedroom. Just a start. Maybe even get the paint on the walls. Wouldn’t be too expensive & I could do it while I had time.
My ideas would have been get the IKEA Tundra flooring in white. I visited IKEA with my family & while I loved the look of it & ease of application, they argued that it looked cheap & wouldn’t last. …well I am hoping to sell the house within the next decade & move, let the next people decide what floor they love & put it in. This stuff is a floating floor so it wouldn’t be damaging the concrete flooring underneath. Seems win win to me.
NOPE. Just to me.
Everyone else is in love with the look of wood. I am over it. Its everywhere. I want white. NOT white washed, white. Not birch or bamboo look, WHITE. I’m out numbered, even though its my own house! Also they thing we should do the WHOLE HOUSE at one time! Suddenly my bedroom project is becoming a move everything out of the house & find another place to live for a while & let professionals do it for me project. (Why?)
So tile instead of wood? I like tile. Have wanted it for my living room for a while – slate in the various colors. Still outnumbered. They are open to tile possibly but not the tiles I wanted. Plus I don’t want the dark tiles in the bedroom! Its great for a larger room, but the smaller room needs a lighter look I think. The suggestion of beige tiles through out was brought up. Bleh-aysh… I really like beige about as much as having the underwire of my bra poke me all day. I tolerate it, but would I want to sign up purposely for it? NO! Tile can be beautiful but can I have something that doesn’t remind me of doctors exam rooms or school cafeterias?
My grandfather made a living laying tile. If only I had learned the art from him. I would give the world to have him right now. He would know exactly what tile would work & probably help me have the two different looks in the two different rooms that are used for two very different reasons.
So… no go on the floors for now. ….unless I just sneak & do it myself. Which I may have to in order to avoid the blah of beige or the splinter in my eye of the wood look in a room I do not have any desire to have it in.
On a better note, I may have a bed by June. A friend is moving & needs to get rid of a queen set so she doesn’t have to haul it from the Atlantic coast to the Pacific! It will be used, but it will be bigger than this twin Baxter & I cram into nightly now.
Still searching for the holy grail.
A paycheck doing something that I love doing.
Left the job. No more steady paycheck. Still open to what life is going to put in front of me to learn from now.
Wish me luck!