Without computer access I enjoyed some decadent television watching, including a light-hearted movie called "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants." It's a teenage thing, but it was poignant and sensitive and wise, and gave this adult pause for reflection. Mostly it made me miss my friends, almost all of whom are at a distance and not handy for slumber parties, going to chick flicks, or grabbing a spontaneous latte when the need for face to face conversation arises. Such is my life these days.
Today I am headed downtown to celebrate the noon Eucharist at the cathedral, then do a little window-shopping before an appointment with a new psychiatrist to try to tackle my depression. Too much has been suffering from this illness, and I am more than ready to rise above.
My gratitude today is for Jules, whose birthday it is (and whose card I couldn't get in the mail in time because her address is on the computer!). Happy day, dear friend!! xoxo