What are you avoiding? I would say I am avoiding drawing a hard line in the sand with regards to fitness. And getting a crown. Dental work is not my favourite. I have tackled the worst of the moving projects, there is still so much to do but, it is going to happen after Christmas.
Who or what did you miss? I think what I missed the most is silence. I am a contemplative at heart. Last year, I was alone more often. This year not so much. The lesson here is that in 2022 I will need to restructure the days. I do not want to give the impression
Tell me about a trip. Kootenays. Kimberley specifically. East. Mountains. Rivers. Moving eventually.
All about the music. Spotify offers up everything into a nice tidy package. Total marketing ploy but, very effective. My top 5 songs listened to: Bleecker Street by Simon and Garfunkel Hide and Seek by Imogene Heap Solsbury Hill by Peter Gabriel A Girl like you by Edwyn Collins Pale Green Things by the Mountain
What did you let go of this year? Each year lived I grip the future a little less tightly. My new mantra is #igriphope. There is a fine balance between making plans and recognizing we live precariously on edge. The call is to live in the present. Right here and right now. Which does not
What is one thing I accomplished? The big one for me would be writing a book. Publishing in 2022, which while disappointing at first glance just means the joy of creating spans over two calendar years and not just one. Thanks goes out to the folks at the Self Publishing Agency, my illustrator Lou Dahl,
December 1 Word – did you have a word for 2021? How did it impact your your days? Did you use it as an anchor? Do you even remember it? Is your understanding of the word different at the end of the year, than at the beginning? Did it help you? My word for 2021
• Unsolicited texts/ emails from my daughter • Oat milk • Rosemary Mint soap from @saltspringsoapworks • Gifted Farm fresh eggs • an elliptical and a analog spin cycle to use on rainy, wet days My list is simple this week. After last weekends snow, we settled into typical west coast wet and grey
• More water • No alcohol • Move body everyday • Write a letter • Read a book • Make something – new recipe/ sew something/ draw/ paint • Watch caulking videos on the youtube • Pinterest mood board for book • Take back library books • Start to clean the attic: go through the