Good Morning All!
An early start to a misty twisty day, helped along the way by the rhythmic hammering of nails into walls by some sleep-deprived neighbour just before six this morning ! I have already downed tea and toast and am ready to take whatever the day shall throw at me . . . or possibly sink back to the sleep my body craves . . . hmmm . . . difficult one that! But no, I have things to do and places to be and be back from in order to try and attend yesterday's cancelled meeting regarding a possible new venue for my life . . .
In order to achieve this I intend to begin today's votive - which of course I have - and then pause and resume it at some later point with, I hope, good news . . . I do hope that it can be concluded today as on Wednesday I have the part of my counselling diploma that I have been dreading and which I abhor; we are required to record an hours counselling session and evaluate it . . . I have had such bad experiences in 'other places' with this procedure that it has become my particular bête noire but one that must be faced - as all such beasties should! So with the help of a couple of stalwarts, said beast should be done and dusted by tomorrow evening . . . however, to do this I will require what wits I have to be about me in abundance - and worrying about extraneous stuff will be a bugbear and a distraction. It is good for me to remember, at times like this, that others are also going through seven circles of hell in similar circumstances; I hope for a satisfactory conclusion for them also; strangely enough it seems that this morning is the time for all to be concluded - fingers crossed!
I am off to beautify now and will leave you - albeit temporarily - with one of those mythical and fantastically temporaneous short corridors otherwise known as:
* * * A Brief Passage of Time * * *
Well, Hello! And here we are again, after the aforementioned corridor of Chronos and following a meeting which, rather than settle things for me, has introduced a most awful and dreadfully devil-and-the-deep-blue-sea dichotomy into the proceedings . . . of which, possibly more at a later date; suffice it to say it involves a most horrendous decision which will, ultimately, place me in a lose/lose situation . . . ah me!
Along with causing me untold woe and grief it also casts a shadow over tomorrow's coursework - something I wanted to avoid at all costs! - and whilst it could form a suitable background subject for discussion there is always the possibility that I would dissolve into blubs and never recover! I suppose, like the vertically-challenged judge, it is opne of those small things sent to try us . . . I shall attempt to be strong and beat this particular problem into a cocked hat as I have with others before.
The evening is before me now; I had a brief soiree - if you can have one of those in the afternoon - with Sister Cate when I did green tea and cheesecake admonish for being so delightfully tempting and myself berate for having no willpower at all! It was good to be back in Nero again - it seems ages since I last visited . . . there have probably been redundancies due to fall in profits . . . anyhow, I entered on donkey-back and my way was strewn with palms so I think they were glad to see me . . . though I have a premonition that by Friday they may be cross . . . forgive my flippancy fish-people!
I have things to consider and words to write and so I must be away to other times and places rather than here and now albeit with friendly faces . . . I hope your evening is splendid and that you are so relaxed that, when bedtime comes, you are able to be posted 'twixt duvet and sheet like a serene snoozy synopsis of all things lovely and sweet!
'til next time
Be Seeing You !
* "Let this not be a bad omen". Expresses the wish that something seemingly ill-boding does not turn out to be an omen for future events, and calls on divine protection against evil.