10 Items or Less
I caught a recent film the other evening on HBO: 10 Items or Less. Morgan Freeman was the principle actor. Cute film. Not a lot of plot. Bob's kind of movie.
At one point in the film Freeman asked a female character to name 10 things she liked about herself and 10 she didn't like. Then he rattled off 10 and then the other 10 on the opposing side. I had to laugh that one of the 10 things Freeman liked was a good bowel movement. Gee, did you ever look at life in a way that it was important to have a good bowel movement? Eat your fiber and then it's no big deal.
What would be your 10/10 like/dislikes? I wouldn't name the bowel movement as being one of the 10 but something that would make my list would be having my shit together. That's a work in progress so that's something not yet ready for this list . . . at least not yet. Always able to wrangle an income tax refund. Uncanny ability to hit all green stop lights makes me smile. The unconditional love of Wifey. All things likable.
Dislikes: Let's not go there. Focus on the positive this morning and not the negative.
I have no clue on where this topic is going or where it should go. It's been that kind of week: Loose ends with nothing coming to fruition. That's why there have been no posts here. Bob can start but can't finish. I'll leave it to you to finish what I can't.
I spent a large part of yesterday on the boat. Cleaning. Fixing. Charging the batteries. Bleeding all over the inside of the boat after being sliced by a sharp edge. Enjoying the peace and the activity of the birds that you see here that are perched on the boom just outside the marina. Cormorants. They love fish. The fishermen hate them.
The Parks Service was in the middle of a control burn on the south/east end of the lake. Smoke billowed in the air and for a time went in the opposite direction of the marina. Later in the day the wind changed directions and thick white smoke covered the lake and the marina. That's when it was time to call it a day and head for home.
This morning we visit the studio of the photographer who did the photographs of us on the sailboat. She'll review them with us and help us to decide which would be best for framing. Grace arrives on the school bus a little after two. Soon afterward it's off to her singing lessons. It's a busy day and as always time will fly. Time and this life goes so very quickly. I just wish that it didn't.