1 64% 17% 3mph NNE bar30.47 waindchill-3 Winter
Waning Crescent of the Winter Moon
A light snow has begun to fall though we don’t have snow in the forecast. A good three inches of snow would be good about now. A freshening.
Yesterday evening I had begun to feel adrift, purposeless. This sometimes happens to me after a productive time, when I slow down the engine keeps racing for a while. Need one of those fans that cools the engine after the ignition’s turned off.
This morning, rested and fed, I know I have plenty to do. There’s always that novel to write and stories to market. The vegetable planning needs to move forward a few more steps. I can always study Chinese characters, read Taoism or plow into one of the Asian art books I have.
Something I need to do sooner is prepare an hour’s worth of presentation for the Woolly Retreat next week, though I suppose I could do that during my day at Dwelling in the Woods ahead of the others.
This morning Kate and I have a family business meeting, an every Thursday thing, and I have some errands to run. Meds and a new battery for my Polartech watch. The watch gives me my heartbeat during aerobic workouts, hard to do them without it.