Willow is finally hearless, which is decidedly better than headless as the autocorrect preferred.
Here she is ignoring Wally because Wally can still hear. And Wally is covering his face with the boredom of it all.
Wally can be a bit dismissive that way.
I think she’s depressed.
In other news.
There’s a new mug in town.
I love it.
The tea tastes good in it, although the cup is a bit too chunky for a truly exceptional drinking experience.
Tea should occupy a more refined vessel, in my opinion. Not necessarily bone china and roses you understand, but a little less of a heavy handle would have done wonders. And the black interior is a little,
But it is a really nice cup and I like looking at it, and the added bonus here is that it likes looking back at me.
Albeit a tad critically.
I shall call it my, Oh, so you think that’s going to work do you!, mug.
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I’ve only been in the studio twice since my family left.
Bit down in the dumps.
I have been sorting through a life time of stuff which has been lurking in the dark places.
Good night Louise! You turn your back for twenty five years and what happens.
Actually not just in the dark places. In plain sight also.
Well now it’s gone. A lot of it anyway. I’ve still got the upstairs to do, but I have been ruthless and it feels good.
In fact I had to catch myself sometimes and remember that I didn’t have to give it all away. I could keep some things back for myself and not get so carried away.
I sort of went into a trance like, lets get rid of it all, mwahahaha, state, which was getting a little despotic.
I managed to catch myself in time before the silver went out with the old clothes however.
Actually, I haven’t got any silver, except for some cutlery, and that’s only plated. Still what would we have done at Christmas.
Good save I say.
The assisted ministry place spurred me into action. Almost a third of my house now resides in their resale shop.
O.K. maybe a third of a third of a third, but anyway, a lot.
And this morning I go for orientation to begin volunteering there, but I think it wouldn’t be too much of an exaggeration to say that before I actually start the world would have most likely killed itself and turned half its cities into rubble.
So maybe I should just stay home and drink some more tea.