Is that supposed to be a surprise?
There are evil people everywhere, but sometimes I think that there is too much information available to us. If this had happened 200 years ago, it would have been just as tragic, and the crime just as heinous. But millions of us would not have heard anything about it.
I guess my point is that the benefits of knowing everything are dubious.
Whoever said that ignorance was bliss, wasn't too far off the mark.
I try to imagine life 220 years ago, when this house was first built.
There was no internet, no Facebook, no Twitter, no TV. No cell phones, no PHONES, no electricity, no evening news.
I had a blissfully quiet day at the studio.
I worked on blue jean rugs.
Hoping to get a stack of 2'x3' blue jean rugs made and on the shelf.
Sydney says: You're doing a helluva job, Mom. (yawn)
I am still giddy about how open and spacious and organized the studio is feeling lately.
DH took me out for dinner, and I had shrimp and penne in pesto with grilled vegetables. It was awesome.
And I ate too much.
And now I am feeling incredibly lazy, hoping that I can beat down my inner critic, and relax with my book on the couch.
More likely.........I will close this computer and put my sneakers on, and beat myself out the front door.
Roy will be very happy.