Sunday, January 9, 2011

A cow jumped over the moon...



I just had to mightily entertain Tyke for a while. He decided that he was bored and that he needed lots of attention. I must have petted him for half an hour, at least, that's what my arm feels like. I think he's been sufficiently entertained now, but you never know. He's like a little kid on any Sunday afternoon. There's nobody to play with and there's nothing on television. It's too bad that I can't read him stories. 

I made myself a pot of coffee and sat in my armchair for a long time doing absolutely nothing but letting my mind wander. That's a good thing to do on a Sunday. It's a good day for contemplation. You just have to make sure that you don't get carried away with it, so you mustn't think too deeply. They have to be light and entertaining thoughts as much as possible. You mustn't start thinking that you have problems, because they are nearly nonexistent in the grander scheme of things. 

It's a good idea to look around you and to see how other people live their lives and how they deal with the problems that come their way. You find out that you don't do too badly. As a matter of fact, you may be surprised at how well you do. It's a good time to throw overboard your own mythology and to start believing in yourself. It's good to know that you aren't one extreme or the other, but something in the middle where it is comfortable to be.

The afternoon is coming to an end and so is the weekend. It's been a nice time off with not much to show for it, but then that wasn't my intention. Every day that is successful is one I strike up for posterity. To have as many successful days as possible at the end will be my legacy. I don't aim to leave behind much more than that. Happiness is my goal, the form of which I'll recognize if I'm open minded enough. 

Tyke's sound asleep by my feet. I hardly know where to put them. I'm sitting here with twisted legs so as to not step on him. He likes to get as close as possible. Gandhi is asleep on the red fleece blanket on the sofa. That's been her spot all weekend. I'm going to fix dinner, I'm hungry. Some rice will do nicely. 

Have a good evening!

Ciao,
Nora






6 comments:

Twain12 said...

i'm sitting here with a cup of tea...back to normal for us tomorrow, hubby is going back to work.

Maggie May said...

I've been out for a long walk today and then fell asleep by the fire!
You had a good weekend. Hope the night goes well and that tomorrow you will find lots of good things to do.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Reggie said...

That sounds like a peaceful and relaxing Sunday...and you do make a good point...the grand scheme of things makes our worries non-existent...but you know how we are. :-)

Gail said...

What a wonderful relaxing day.

Bernie said...

Sounds like you have had a wonderful weekend, may the week ahead be just as enjoyable.
My car is still buried hope to have it out tomorrow.....:-)Hugs

Wisewebwoman said...

You know we had matching weekends, I enjoyed getting out and about once I got there.
Successful.
Yes.
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