There is a certain unsettled feeling that stirs within. I’m not sure why, could it be, my body is lacking something, like vitamins? I feel just blah!
Lately, a number of things happening in the world might cause a person to be a little down. I am thinking of the untimely deaths of Kate Spade and Antony Bourdain and on the other hand the political unbalance with the U.S. and Canada – and who are we kidding the entire world! There is also that factor of pushing yourself every day and feeling that you can’t accomplish a damn thing.
There are so many factors that now envelope us, aging, aging parents that require our care and attention, financial expectations for later in life, job satisfaction, validity in society. Finding internal and external happiness at times, can be a struggle.
This weekend, my television gave up the ghost. Friday I was headed out of town so watching it wasn’t probably a thing until Saturday afternoon for the Belmont Stakes! But still, it was an event that really bugged me. The sound is fine, the picture is totally off. I just bought the T.V. in November, how do I blow them up!? Through the summer there might be only re-runs on, but you do get used to having it. My Saturday seemed wasted talking to people from LG about the status of the TV. Today, I will be on the line with SaskTel – they have offered me a solution, so I’ll have to try that.
A drive to Craik and then on to Loreburn was good, listening to the pre-game broadcast and then catching the Roughriders and Stampeders. Loreburn grad was good. Small community gathered to see 9 graduates take their next big step. Coming home was another story. Dark, tired and foggy are not good combinations for driving.
Saturday, as I mentioned dealing with the television issues were less than a happy occasion. But I did get out for a walk in the morning! My great nephews were playing football in the city and a visit from them is always fun. A Triple Crown victory was a highlight and then heading over to Moose Jaw for Profesional Bull Riding rounding out the day. Hmmm. Maybe I can see why I feel exhausted!
So much to do, there always seems to be a deadline looming for something. I guess a person has to remember just taking it one step in front of the other.