Last week was a sad and emotionally draining week for me. (For reasons that I wont go into on this PUBLIC blog. ) The best way to describe the way I felt last week was when I called Cody at work and said through tears, "it doesn't feel like I have enough energy left in my body to make it through today."
The thing about me and my personality has recently been changed into a overdrive "doer". and example of my daily life:
I have to finish a knitting project, a sewing project, a garden project, a design project, a birthday present. I need to get things into the freezer and can some beets (so now you have been in my brain.) thus is the life when you appear to have an aversion to convenience.
last week, and heck still this week, i have been living leisurely. which sounds high society.
I did what I do during sad times when I need to escape my own life: I watched 10 movies, and read. A lot. In my chair outside.
I read this book:
which you should read now. I got it at the knox co public library. such a good read. such such such a good read. Especially if you would like to know what it is like to be a female in a male world in Odessa Ukraine. And then move to the united states. yeah, it is really good. Bust mag did a review here: bust online.
and then i read a book that you simply have to read. if: you just need a quick read that is funny and simple and non heart string provoking. Like if you were at the beach.
okay, so basically, you are a girl that lives in london. and you wake up one day in a hospital and the last thing you remember was the day your dad died, you didn't get a raise at your job, and your boyfriend was a certified junker. and now, you are married, the ceo of a business, and you have totally different friends. Amnesia. what an interesting thing. read this book by a pool or at the beach. please.
ok, well, that is all i have to say today. but maybe tomorrow I can show you something interesting. Like the food that is growing in the garden that is so tasty and pretty. and pretty and tasty. and pretty tasty.