Sorry for the delay in posting anything new! Lots of posts in the pipeline, but we had a bit of drama yesterday which we're recovering from today. But the main problem? When it comes to sitting down and writing, my computer screen faces a window. And this is what I see, perfectly framed, when I look out the window:
Such beauty! If I'm to get any work done, I'll have to draw the blinds! This morning I was pondering whether I'd ever get over the view, whether it would ever just blend into the mundane background of daily life, something taken for granted. After 12 days of looking out the window, seeing that, and feeling my heart skip the tiniest of beats, my conclusion is: probably not.
Pinch me, I cannot believe this is my life!
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