Oh, WOW! Did you hear the Orwell Trust is publishing George Orwell's diaries as a blog? How cool is that?
Other than that, I seem to have no thoughts this week. I am working out a lot: there's plenty of room in this house, plus a workout room that rocks. Not to mention the dogs need walked around the house about once every hour and a half, and then there's the morning long walk, where they go one at a time.
Suffice it to say, I'm spending five or more hours a day on the dogs.
I'm actually loving this. Every hour and a half, we walk around the house, smell the roses. Just stand in the grass and watch what the wind does with the plants and trees and grass.
I could live like that.
Working out a lot more means I am napping a lot more. Not my favorite thing, but these naps are not a request, LOL, they are a demand.
I could do coffee, but I'm feeling like I need to just let my body do its thing this week.
I am also reading a ton. I just finished Eat, Pray, Love, and I really want to read it again. But I brought a stack of eight books with me, and I'm really hoping to get through all of them. (Hah!)
My brain is blissfully blank. Relaxed. Except I'm not doing a great job on posts. Well, better luck tomorrow.
What are you reading?
And I'm curious: my thoughts tend to repeat themselves over and over ad nauseum. If I'm thinking about something, it's generally the same thought I've had a million times before, except I keep working through it, the same conversation. Generally, these are worries, or "fixes" of actual conversations. Since I repeat them so much, one would think I enjoy these mental conversations I have with myself.
So I'll take blissfully blank for now.
Do you have worries or mental conversations that repeat themselves over and over in your head? Do you have a technique for getting rid of them?