Sunday, November 22, 2009

Being lonely is a powerful feeling. It can overwhelm you like a tidal wave of negative feelings. It can push you down, knock the breath out of you, it can even make you feel dead inside. Just when it seems like you might be getting a breath of fresh air, it pulls you back under.

Being lonely is hard to overcome. It's time when this happens that I have to look to my savior, and trust that he knows why, for this brief space of time, Adam is in the garden alone.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Something for the dance...I mean road...

Fiddle lessons are in the works. So are naps, rest stops and Thanksgiving breaks. A Gaelic Storm blew through here last night and left some toe tapping behind. Also ear bugs. They seem to thrive off the rumpus that is left in this Gaelic Storm's wake. Speaking of "wake", it's not like you can sleep when it blows through. It drones, rather like a bagpipe. One would have thought there was an entire brigade out there. I'm about to bow out, but I'd like to leave you with something that will resonate with your ear drums. And probably your toes.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009


So, very recently, I've discovered that I'm not fully here. It started Monday night. I was tired, and feeling a little loopy. I'm so tired, I'm not dreaming vividly anymore. Tuesday was worse. I was really loopy yesterday. At times it alternated between happy loopy and wanting-to-cry loopy. There were also times where I appeared to be not-loopy at all! I'm still not all here today. I need a nap. Desperately. I'm probably going to get one around three this afternoon. Yay.

Monday, November 2, 2009

whirling, twirling, down we go!

Well, happy November. With November comes Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving break, lots of tests, lots of other things, and everything in general is spiraling around my ears, taunting me and making fun of the fact that I feel like and am behind on my homework. Thank God for professors who are understanding and allow you to have different due dates. Extensions are life savers. Now, before you say, "You've been procrastinating!!" I get to say, "Not true! I was sick for about two and a half weeks!" And yes, I did just anticipate what you were going to say and slap down your accusation. Go me.

Now, little ol' me is going to go. I've got work to do! (She said in a very super-hero-esque way.)

ttfn! ta-ta for now!