Walking on Sunshine

In a general rambly sort of way – the suns sort of out,

 (view from my office window)

Hooray, everything is taking on a distinct tinge of green after weeks of non-stop rain. No veging about mind you – opportunities abound for washing linen and towels and letting them dry their silky selves in the fresh air, I mean the glorious indulgence of sun dried goodies is just as fabulous as a weekend in the mountains under a big open sky with the latest must read and a bottle of pink bubbles – well it is, isn’t it? That said, it would be most useful if the rays would last until I get home from work – are you listening up there washing wookie?

My heart is a little sad today – a really good friend is in a really bad marriage (not physically or financially but mental abuse is just as destructive) with a weak, manipulative, selfish little man, her only light is three fabulous children.

She phoned me today,

she wanted to talk,

I wanted to tell her to get out,

I didn’t,

I listened,

I supported,

She felt better,

For how long?

“Aerodynamically the bumblebee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumblebee doesn’t know that so it goes on flying anyway.  ~Mary Kay Ash”

4 thoughts on “Walking on Sunshine

  1. Hehehe, I’m not sure if anything could match a weekend in the mountains!
    I had my first load hanging by 4:30 this morning and the second load nearly done when a friend told me it was bucketing in Umhlanga. Luckily we only had a few sprinkles and then clear blue skies for the rest of the day.

    Your same friend you’ve mentioned before on LD? I was hoping to hear that she had moved out and on 😦
    Sadly, you can only provide a shoulder and a good ear until she decides on her own that the time has come to make a change.

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