Posts Tagged With "choices"
For the entire month of June I’m planning on writing a series of blog-a-day posts based on a set series of open-ended questions to myself. This is one of those posts.
June 1st // Something You Have Decided
Of course, I would have …
… another project.
We commenced the countdown to baby-time officially this weekend by removing the computer and stuff from the office and beginning the purge of the room that will eventually become the nursery. Simply cleaning and sorting through the accumulated …
Awaiting me at work yesterday, an email from my boss: “Educated as a political scientist and, until now, proud of that fact, I\’m currently reflecting on some of my major life choices and contemplating retirement as a pundit, to avoid further embarrassment. …read the full post ⇒
True story, and it just happened….
I’m listening to my iPod while I work. It’s easy to quasi-ignore it whist I burrow through research papers. It’s on shuffle, skipping through the odd assortment of music I have stored in it’s …
Appointments are suddenly common-place. It seems that a significant portion of the process of building a home involves spending time with the minutae, festering details, and selecting from the narrow range of choices that define each. “Here are your options. …read the full post ⇒
And it is difficult to empathize with someone who is living that lonesome path, away from the clustered realities that trickle reassuringly down the steady currents of time and space, until one steps out of their own element and tests what it is like to leave yourself behind and — from the distance of only what might have been — watch the choices you could have made drift futher and further out of sight.read the full post ⇒