Ten.Six Hundred & Eighty-One

  1. Little leaks of light.

  2. Pre-coffee conference calls. But that’s just going to happen when you’re separated by so many time zones.

  3. Chilly. But I’m still going to wear the dress because…softness.

  4. A whole house to myself for the day is some kind of luxury. A belated Mother’s Day gift. There’s still laundry and granola crumbs on the floor but I’m alone and it’s quiet.

  5. Every new process gives me a little bit of anxiety. But I’m doing it. I’m doing it.

  6. Hammock and Seth Godin. I can’t see the hummingbird but I can hear her.

  7. When he comes home I want to say to him, “What are you doing giving your teacher a hard time with the hood?! Did you not know that her father is dying of cancer?!” I think of how there is no way of stopping to do the hard heart work of grief. Our culture doesn’t value the dying. We hardly value the living.

  8. But really, I have to believe in myself first.

  9. Leftovers for the win.

  10. Who’s talking?