"We Three"

"We Three"

Monday, May 31, 2010

Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy life...


Spring has become more schizophrenic than I could possibly believe. Definitely an "el nino" year. Rain, then sunny but COLD, then thundershowers and hail, then sunny and WARM. Today, the marine layer is back, which makes it look more like summer here in lalaland. My moods have been riding this rollercoaster, too. I got really doI lman again. That turned out being a quick toss of the closet. Hell, I even vacuumed in there! Sweaters and jackets went back to the spare closet. A couple of things came out to be mended. I organized. I found my Adventure Pass, the one that still had 6 lapswims on it at the local aquatic center and was missing from my tote bag when I looked for it. I put away the boots and clogs and dragged out the hiking boots for my upcoming en plein air class on top of a local mountain. It is all good. I am mending. It is just who I am, this person who can easily fall into the ooey gooey pit of self pity. Oh, and I saw two movies. The new SATC was fun to watch, the clothes and the men were gorgeous though the gals are looking a little careworn around the edges (kind of like ME), and City Island was a hoot, the best film I have seen so far this year, bar none. Sorry to see Andy Garcia is no longer the matinee idol he once was (see When a Man Loves a Woman, wow), kind of a fireplug guy, but he has matured into a great actor. And I hit the library for some books. Just love the library, you know. Also bought the first of my new wardrobe, which I have decided will be loose and flowy. I'm aiming for comfort in my netheryears. JJill is right up my alley. Pray for sales.

2 comments:

Karen Martin Sampson said...

I second all of your roller coaster emotions - go through all that too! Up, down, around the bend...
striving for serenity and letting go and no ego...yeah
right. And I too have been seriously thinking about my wardrobe - at nearly 65 that stuff in my closet is just not doing it anymore. I haven't bought new clothes in over two years. Everything looks awful on me. I decided to get back into silk painting and designing some loose, flowy, comfortable stuff, hand painted, that will be my new signature look! My husband asks
Why? You look fine. Nothing a woman squirms at more than being told she looks "fine." (He doesn't like spending the money on something like clothes...)

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