Once a month (or so), Mary does something called "currents" on her blog, where she lists things that are "current" in her life. I think this is a really cool idea -- especially relevant for blogging-as-journaling; it's a great way to capture a moment in time.
So I'm going to lift Mary's concept for my own blog.
Toward the end of each month, I'll share a little slice of my life . . . right now. . . here on my blog.
Right Now, I am. . .
Reading Old Filth by Jane Gardam and The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin
Knitting some thrummed mittens (rather tedious, but I want them for walking Jenny; my hands get so cold)
Listening to Pandora on the Shawn Colvin station, switching out with the Foo Fighters station from time to time for variety
Thinking about how I use my time
Dreading jury duty (again) and Tom leaving for Mumbai (again)
Planning how to execute the Month of Letters challenge (click here for information)
Excited about meeting Brian for dinner in Holland tonight
Happy because my Mom is now able to walk. . . in her walking boot. . . with the aid of a walker
Humming Firework (Katy Perry), which has been stuck in my head on nearly continuous loop for 3 days now
Drinking Vanilla Almond black tea from the Republic of Tea
Wishing I could get to gardening
Needing to clean my oven
Organizing my tax documents (they're streaming in now)
Inspired by The Happiness Project
Delighted by my new Vera Bradley laptop bag. . . because it works, and it makes me happy