Saturday, January 9, 2010

This is why

Recently, in one of the blogs that I often read, the author said that she never gets bored. I do get bored. I feel ignorant people are boring, work that isn't stimulating is boring, ad nausam routine is boring.
Am I especially exciting or dynamic? I don't think so. With the exception of of a handful of people and a couple of animals, I do not have any particular importance. I make an effort to live an interesting life. I try to surround myself with people who are intelligent, stimulating and active. I want to be around people who inspire me. I enjoy life-long learning. When I get involved with a project, I do my homework, researching and learning all that there is to know. Thriving on being busy, working hard, I go, go, go.
Then I need to stop. I need to rest. This is why I love to stay home. The peace, the tranquility, the simplicity of staying home replenishes me, revives me, re-charges my batteries so that I might get back at it.
beyond the deck, this morning.
the fire that I built, first thing
warms me to the bone
between the fire and myself
beside me
our afternoon walk
plowing through
what was that?
the branches of our formidable pine create a frame
sunset on the farm
the hands that I love

Not one time did I leave the house. Not one moment was I bored.


Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

I totally understand this post...I get it

Kelly said...

Very sweet :) I love being at home, it's so relaxing and there is allllllways something to keep me from being bored.

Miss Janice said...

I am a homebody! Especially at this time of the year. Nesting, just nesting! Happy New Year:)

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Those photos totally depict heaven on earth!
I love my hubby's hands too!
His green, double lashed eyes and his hands got me the very day we met!

msdebbiea said...

I miss you! :) Love - Me

Joan said...

You have a little piece of heaven. Love your blog!

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