It’s a quiet Saturday afternoon and there’s a lull in anything I want to do around the house, so I thought I’d write a bit.
A lot has been going through my mind here of late. As a retired teacher and although I still work about three to four days per week, there are those times when I’m at a loss as to what to do.
There’s always work to be done around the house….I only wish that was something I enjoyed doing. I have several projects underway and suppose the next rainy day I’ll pick on of those to work on. But on afternoons like this afternoon, that’s not something that motivates me.
Turning your will and your life over the care of God is something I’ve been pondering on as well. I’ve tried to stay on an even keel and not go doing anything too out of line for me, but there are those times when I think I need to try something new.
I went this morning to get a bite to eat and then went to the park at the lake and did some writing…took some pictures….but those are things I’m used to doing. At least I do enjoy them still.
Tonight I’ll be going to the local coffee shop to their open mic event…I’ll take my camera along and take pictures as I normally do for their monthly event. I’ll see some friends I’ve not seen in a while and who knows, perhaps even meet someone new.
So that’s what’s on my mind for this lazy afternoon. I realize I may just be writing this to myself since my viewership has one again hit a lull….but that’s OK as well…not in my control
2 thoughts on “Random Musings on a Saturday Afternoon….”
Happy Sunday, David. I relate to this post. Yesterday was an unusually productive Saturday (for me) … rainy … but with the promise of real SPRING!
I think I’ll see what the cards have to say for me as I drink my morning coffee.
Enjoy your day!
Good morning to you as well Leesa….raining here today as well…it’ll be a good day for taking care of some things around the house I’ve been putting off….I’ll have to look at a card myself this morning…I hope you enjoy your day as well and thank you so very much for dropping by and leaving a comment…it’s much appreciated! David