Monday brings a chance to reflect on the week gone by:
Last week, I learned:
- that I can write readable poetry, and that someday, with enough practice, I will write good poetry.
- That when I am writing about the lessons I learned, in my life, that is my most powerful writing; I assume because I said so little for so long.
- That I draw a great deal of inspiration from The Four Agreement Cards, by Don Miguel Ruiz.
- That my friend is not moving away — kind of a good news/bad news situation, because this means her husband didn’t get the promotion that he deserved.
- That, in preparation for writing a book with stuff from the blog, I need to print every post I write, and keep organized.
- That I love my internet community, and I value each of you highly.
- That I’m still having a blast with Mom, whenever we go out for breakfast and shopping.
- That my sister, S., is my greatest cheerleader, (figuratively, of course — I wouldn’t imply.) She is also my compass, when I need to reorient my life.
- That I still love Armageddon, and will watch it whenever it’s on.
- And finally, that people who are paid far more money than I have ever seen, (and who should know better,) are using words like orientated, and excitedness, and courteousness, and approvement. I actually wrote a letter to one of these companies, and asked for their response, which I have not yet received.