• iaindryden1

planked


I'm afraid this shows why I've written nothing this week. We have to get the new (& very old) house ready as we are moving in next week. HELP! It hasn't helped that our builder has gone wonky, leaving us with lot's of problems and taking all our money. But hey ho, we are not being bombed in Yemen or Syria because powers elsewhere are using our land to fight out their grumps. I've never felt stressed before, but for a month I've suffered incredibly intense and continual headaches day and night, so it must be stress, however, I keep plodding on and remind myself that others suffer worse, which means each of us has choice, even amidst painful pain, to find a less anxious spot to mentally reside, so all of this is perfect mindful training for me. (next post I'll write about this saga, it ought to amuse you....) Bye bye until then, Iain

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