I’m starting to feel like that kid we see on King of the Hill every once inawhile that is hunched over his computer with the blue skin. It seems I’ve been typing for days and days and days. This time of year I do a lot of grant writing and budgeting and such, and it all requires a lot of computer time. But I’ve had a string of really productive days and accomplished many projects. Tomorrow I’m hoping to get outside and see some sun. I need to take some daylight time and get outdoors a bit. I’m starting to feel as though my veins are visible.
Tonight was my board meeting and afterwards Trish and I spent some time chatting. We also ran into Terry as he was coming in to the library. Trish is someone I trust implicitly and trust is a huge deal to me. She is never judgemental, never-passive agressive, never condescending. It’s a rare blend in a person and one I try to emulate. She is far better at it than I am.
I knew this about Trish, but when I was involved with a man who was much younger than me, she was one of the very few people in my world who passed no judgement on that – openly or otherwise. She was supportive in the beginning and she was supportive at the end. That’s what a friend is about – someone who is there over the whole spectrum of experience, with nothing but positivity regardless.
Last night was Creative Sisterhood and although there were only four of us here it was a really great evening. Diana left early, leaving Teresa, Martha and me but it was an insightful time together – at least for me. We talked about many topics, including The Secret and the Law of Attraction.