Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Home again, home again

cauliflower curry, green beans, rice with lentils
home

I really want to do nothing more than blog ... but I arrived home after midnight last night, and I'm on deadline for a couple of stories, which means I'm off to do research in exactly nine minutes. Seriously. I often budget my time in terms of minutes.

So: nine minutes to blog! YAY! I missed you, blog. I also missed the dogs, and the kids, and Kevin, but that goes without saying, doesn't it? Thankfully, text messaging has changed travel. I knew the kids had made it home from school minutes after Kevin knew. I knew who had practiced piano, and what was eaten for supper -- in fact, the lunch I ate yesterday in Winnipeg, and texted Kevin about, inspired his menu for supper last night (French onion soup). The comforting and comfortable banalities of daily living travel via text, and that really made me much less homesick.

I've got all sorts of things to tell you. Instead of blogging, I wrote them all down by hand in a notebook. How old-fashioned is that? Here's hoping I can decipher my writing in order to tell you all about it.

But not this morning. It will take more than nine minutes to transcribe.

This morning I just want to say HELLO! and happy Wednesday! and life is fascinating and multi-faceted and travel is bizarre because I was there and now I'm here, and there was something else I wanted to say too ... Oh, yes. I wanted to share with you the bliss of having a hotel room to myself for 21 hours.

I'm out of time. More soon.

2 comments:

  1. Long live the notebook! I still use one, mostly because my thoughts need time -- lots of time -- to become coherent. Looking forward to hearing more at your adventures in the 'Peg.

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    1. I like the act of writing. But my writing is so poor that it's nearly indecipherable, even to me. I think it was a bit better during my university years when I was taking lecture notes regularly. Now it's mostly used for grocery lists.

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