Category Archives: Fear

Festivus in August

I purchased this yarn yesterday, it will be used to make hats (in school colors) for my older granddaughters. I love this yarn. It is called Knerd String, and is just luscious, soft, and squishy wool. I have made 6 … Continue reading

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Training Dementor

That’s my dirty leg after stopping and talking to someone on my bike.  I guess I should try to steer clear of the chain…. who knew? On Monday I had a date for a bike ride with a triathlon coach. … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Bicycle, Clothes, Fear, Gratitude, Race, Swimming, Training, Triathlon, Weather | 14 Comments

A Great Interview

The kitty has nothing to do with anything, except isn’t she sweet? I had a great job interview today.  I feel so happy about it.  I actually do want the job now that I have been to their offices and … Continue reading

Posted in Faith, Fear, Food, Truth | 4 Comments

Stepping

Some mornings I wake up and my fitbit will say I have walked 12 steps.  There’s something kind of cool about that.  I am doing 12 steps in my sleep. I barely slept last night.  Some nights are just like … Continue reading

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On the Road to Retirement

That’s my daughter, as she left for Montana on Sunday.  I asked if they wanted to take my rocking chair to put on the roof of the truck, it would complete the “Beverly Hillbillies” picture.  I was heartsick to see … Continue reading

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Effective September 1, 2015

I will be retired.  I will wake up that day and not have to be anywhere. I am relieved.  I am terrified.  I don’t know where the money will come from. Today I will write a letter and give it … Continue reading

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So many things..

Just browsed my photo stream for something to post here.  Found my latest skein of yarn.  I have not finished anything since February.  Never in my life have I lost my enthusiasm for knitting, but I have now.  I thought … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Fear, Knitting, Retirement | 6 Comments