haiku for today:
cobwebs in soft breezes waft
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My mind is still swirling with ways to develop yesterday’s post and I will somehow find the time to return to that.
How do daily bloggers keep up the pace? I need to reread the saved posts of Chris Brogan’s I have stored in my gmail folder, for advice, solace, inspiration.
Today I’m running somewhat behind my usual over-ambitious schedule of planned tasks and commitments, but determined to post each day until I find my rhythm.
Today, already, I’ve felt pulled, plunged, prodded, on lots of levels.
Very early this morning I finished a book [Midwives, by Chris Bohjalian]. Last night I was simply too sleepy but I awoke ‘needing’ to see it to the end. There is a phrase often quoted by Unitarian-Universalists and others, “Just to question is an answer,” and Midwives is one of those books that leaves me with lots of questions. An interesting read, but not a story to easily let go of…
Have you read this book? Did you react differently?
The usual 100+ emails in my morning inbox, this morning’s classes, this morning’s voicemail messages have all added to my mind’s disarray.
And so another day in the life of Holly progresses…