Catching up . . .


Kind of how I feel about the ups and downs of the past few weeks. Real post tomorrow, perhaps, maybe . . .



4 thoughts on “Catching up . . .

  1. Sorry to hear that you’ve been in the bell jar. Cohen’s gravelly voice will surely soothe away some of the disonance in your life.

    1. Hah! I wish it was dissonance – something specific I could rant and rail and possibly annoy or cajole into coming around to my way of thinking… but it’s not.

      It’s that weird simmering state, stewing, brewing, thickening, murky and awful yet not poisonous or painful… primordial perhaps… I hate this… but I have been here before and I know that something new and often wonderful emerges just when I feel so ground down by it that I cannot face another day… Ugh – I am too transparent – even to myself. There’s something coming. I can feel it. If only I could see through all this muck!

      1. Well, I completely understand, especially about the brewing, murky, primordial something . . . But perhaps you’re right–perhaps this is a sign of some big change that’s coming your way.

        Thinking good thoughts for you.

  2. sorta sums it up for me here, too…

    recalling Sylvia Plath in the Bell Jar – lately I’ve been feeling like I’m in a bell jar and everything is coming to me muted and distorted – like I need a saw to cut through it, a hammer to crack it… Listening to Leonard Cohen’s new album at the moment, hoping he’ll find the crack and let a little light get in…

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