Thursday, August 12, 2010

Eternally yours...

It's early in the morning and I could be mistakingly up already, but I think I'm awake now. I'm having my cup of coffee and it has cleared whatever cobwebs I had in my mind, although there weren't that many there. I would make a good intercontinental traveler because I can be amazingly clearheaded after 4 or 5 hours of sleep. It's just the long plane flights that would do me in. They are cramped and boring. I would have to travel business class all the way.

I think I will jump in the shower shortly and get the day started properly. I want to wash my hair which has too much hairspray in it and won't do what I want it to. I also want to change my bed and run a load of laundry. I wanted to do that last night, but I was too tired to bother. I'm also very wrapped up in my book in which all sorts of interesting events are taking place and is hard to put down, so there is a great desire to just lie down in bed and read. I have more novels by Alice Hoffman and will read those next.

The Exfactor is supposed to come by today and I will dress accordingly, as if an important visitor is coming. No really, I dress that way every day, even is no one at all is coming by. It's just a habit I have gotten into and that, right now, is hard to break. It's only when I get in trouble emotionally that I want to stay in my bathrobe, like I did yesterday when I realized that I didn't want to start those creative classes. I'm searching for a solution to that problem.

Have a nice day.



Bernie said...

Hope you slept well my friend.
You have decided not to take the creative classes Nora, do you not think it may be productive and make for a social life....only you can decide.
I hope you enjoy your day, get the exfactor to take a picture of you in your new outfit, will be nice to see you all dressed up.
Take care/I care.....:-) Hugs

Maggie May said...

Nora......... you have changed your blog again! I thought I'd come to the wrong place! Ha ha!

I feel a bit sad that you aren't going to the creative classes as you might well be better off if you mixed with more people.
Have a lovely day. The weather has perked up over here.Hope it is good in the Netherlands.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Frances said...

Sorry to hear that Nora. This is what happened the very first time you were going to attend classes. When you eventually did go it was a tremendous move for you.

Think about it carefully and logically and not emotionally and make sure it isn't your illness stopping you from doing something which would make you feel better and give you an outlet for all your mental and artistic energy.
Sometimes you do have to suppress your fears and just go. If you don't like it you can stop. But not going at all means you can pretend to yourself that you don't want to. You have come a long way from that unsociable hermit who depended on her husband so much that she hoped he might bring her some goodies when he came home... don't slip back into that isolation from the world.
Love the artwork by the way


Twain12 said...

enjoy your book ♥
i hope you figure something out about the classes....i like your artwork.

Wisewebwoman said...

"Feel the fear but do it anyway" has been one of the best mottoes for me that breaks me out of my isolation and gives me incredible surprising gifts.
Isolation ain't a good thing. For anyone.
I remember the days of your E entrapment.