It’s Saturday and it’s been a month and…

Oh man oh man. I was kind of between two blahg subjects today and I was almost about to choose one of them when the GG suddenly blasted through the landfill chitchen and shot out the front door. I didn’t know what was going on and I didn’t really care but then I heard him talking to someone, so I had to go out and see who *that* was. And it was our neighbor M across the street and I felt like I needed to go out and talk to her too because, wouldn’t you know, The Commander passed a month ago today and M did not even know that. To be fair, I’m not sure that I knew that her mom was dead either…

I was kind of embarrassed about it anyway. But I am me and I don’t want people to feel sorry for me and so I didn’t seek out neighbors to tell them. Because I am not feeling that sorry for myself, at least not yet. As I have said before, The Comm had an absolutely wonderful life until the last year and then things went from bad to worse and 2012 was absolutely horrible.

For now, I am hanging out in the Landfill Chitchen after a pretty darn productive day. We walked over to the Northside Grille for breakfast and back this morning, traversing the farmer’s market both ways. I want that beeyootiful cedar arbor, especially since one of our existing arbors fell down during a storm and hasn’t been put back up yet.

I think we both made at least small progress in our own de-hoarding efforts here at the Landfill today. I am happy. Goodnight!


3 Responses to “It’s Saturday and it’s been a month and…”

  1. Paulette Says:

    The Soo Locks opened at noon today. The first ship upbound was the Stewart J. Cort making its way along the moominbeach. Such a good feeling to see the ships on the river once again. And you know the Commander has an even better view of the channel than she did at FV ! You have inspired me to fling, fling, fling!

  2. Margaret Says:

    I haven’t told that many people that my husband’s cancer has come back. I feel like I’m asking for pity. I hate that!! Glad that the day was productive. Strangely enough, mine was too.

  3. Pooh Says:

    Margaret, I don’t really know you, except by your comments here and on Jay’s blog. Nonetheless, you and your husband are in my thoughts and prayers. Stay strong!