I've finished my two part "speech." Okay, not finished, but the writing part is done, solid and I'm sticking with it. Who knows what will happen when I stand in front of them and open my mouth. The improv bug sometimes bites and...well...I'll let you imagine.
So I mentioned I'd blog if all my speaking issues were resolved. They are. And if I keep busy I won't nervously chew all my fingernails off.
I didn't have a single x-ray this morning, so I took the day off. I love benefits, especially vacation days. And what a bee-yo-ti-ful day it is. This entire week has been drizzly and gray.
But today. Sigh.
Today the sky is brilliant blue. The shade of faded, prewashed denim. Not a cloud in sight. And the sun has spilled across my arm and onto the arrow keys.
October is an iffy weather month in Iowa. We've had ice storms in October and Halloween has been "cancelled" more than once in my lifetime.
Usually by now, the trees have turned into red, gold and orange tissue paper art. But with a long and warmer than usual summer, the trees still proudly wave green.
Outside my writing window the leaves, tickled by the fresh, crisp breeze, undulate and glow in the bright sunlight.
I find it a mystery how a season of dying can smell so alive. Nothing energizes me like a day like today.
Now, I'm going to go read my "speech" to the puppies. We'll see how that goes.
Have an excellent weekend and I hope your view from your window is as beautiful as mine.