All our visitors have left.
The boat is still in my driveway. My initial excitement when I heard a motor running was short-lived. There are Still Things to be Fixed.
My husband has promised me a boat trip as soon as it’s sea worthy. I am holding him to that promise.
In the meantime, he is on a quest for mysterious “boat parts” and I have a Saturday stretched out in front of me with no particular plans or obligations.
It’s a lovely feeling. I have about half a pot of coffee left, just for me, and I am sitting at my computer desk, still in my PJ’s.
I have a whole list of stuff I could do;
I could continue writing content for my new business course
I could write a couple of business blogs and schedule them to be published
I could spend a couple of hours in the garden weeding and cleaning out vegetable beds.
I could pick blackberries before they are completely over and freeze them. Or make a pie.
I could clean the house.
I could declutter another corner/closet/drawer.
I could find our sleeping bags and camping gear to get ready for our boating trip.
The possibilities are not endless.
I will not change the world today, with my list.
The house is quiet. I have another coffee.
I revel in ordinary.
I revel in mundane.
I revel in routine.
Have a great weekend