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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Ottawa, April 22, 2020 Earth Day, eggs, milk and bread

I began today in a 3-hour editing session that made me forget time until I missed my 8 a.m. meditation session, which was a drag, but I ended up going back to bed and having a really good sleep until 10 a.m. I googled French toast for one and made it for lunch. Eggs, milk and bread are such happy-making ingredients.

I found myself engaging in asemic writing again. I doodled a globe in my journal as I was thinking of Earth Day. To write outside of language, but still in language somehow is what I need to do these days, as well as these journal entries.

I didn’t get outside today. I noticed the sunshine when I went down to the mailbox. It was brutally cold out. I spent much of the day on the couch under the yellow blanket. I watched and gave up on a documentary about the New York Public Library. I loved seeing the buildings and the community efforts, but it made me miss going to the library too much.

Most of all I miss being able to wander at will without anxiety. What do you miss?

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