もうすこし

Aizu-Tsurugajo

Two more weeks.  Two more weeks until I’ll be somewhat settled in Aizu-wakamatsu.  Two more weeks until a feeling of normalcy can begin to set in.  Two more weeks until the past is behind me; an unknown future ahead; and the present ever present in which I intend to live.  Two more weeks; just the two.  Maybe then, possibly, I can breathe a bit, too.  Like you seem to do.  How I’d love to breathe, too.

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4 thoughts on “もうすこし

  1. How I envy you – a new start – a reboot of the whole system. And to think – a new start in an amazing country. I am looking forward to your adventures and musings with this new outlook. and if you are having trouble breathing, just close your eyes and imagine you are sitting on my back steps – it’s about 3 am on a warm summer night and you are watching the small herd of wild bunnies grazing on the spot of white clover that I cultivate just for you. Now, it’s easy to breathe again, isn’t it? Now…get back into that wonderful new life. Blessings to you.

    • Can I have cobbler, too? And I literally LoL (ugh, newspeak!) picturing those bunny herds! I think spending next week in Austin will help immensely. Gotta love a place that enjoys keeping it “weird.”

      • Yes, you may have cobbler too. The :”herd” is actually a buck and several does and right now, little ‘uns. They’re so used to my insomnia after all this time, they totally ignore me. As does the deer, the raccoon, and a weird little insomnia squirrel. You can have cherry cobbler since you aren’t as fond of peaches.

        • I do believe I’m taking quite the shine to you! 😀 And that is the image with which I shall retire tonight. I hope to have something new for you to read soon. Mmm, cherry cobbler…

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