Mr. Rafia and I had a little date night yesterday... at the local dairy farm! It was actually the second time we've gone to Traders Point Creamery in the past three weeks, but yesterday was so nice and sunny and I even got to see the cows right before milking time, something I had not … Continue reading Friday Date Night at the Dairy Farm!
You know, when you start a project, you want it to go well. (Um, why would you start one hoping to fail, Rafia?) I know failure's a fact of life, but no one ever starts a project with the intention of failing. When things, however, don't go according to plan - and you're answerable to … Continue reading My ‘Duh’ Epiphany of the Day: Making Decisions is Hard for An Indecisive Planner
Where does this desire - nay, compulsion - for constant renewal come from? Why do I have all this energy to start projects, but then lose interest after a few months or even days? Is this my fate, is it in my disposition to start this, start that, take on this, take on that - … Continue reading Call it a poem, call it a lazy attempt at a blog post, call it what you will.
Four and a half months to the day. Almost exactly. I had assumed it was going to be a one-time thing. Once is more than plenty; but to have this happen twice in my life? I don't believe in coincidences. But I do believe we get the messages we need in forms that are best … Continue reading Visiting the Past/Waiting on the Edge
Being vulnerable doesn't get any easier, no matter how many times we confront our fears, or are forced to. Perhaps I feel this way because I am still new to the world of putting myself "out there." As I've written before, I didn't grow up in a household where achievements were blasted to the entire … Continue reading On vulnerability