We have had some days of excessive heat, making the yurt an uncomfortable place to work by late morning. But progress is being made and the results are simple and satisfying. I’m pleased with every aspect of the building process and I’ve spent some time with furniture placement in my mind (a VERY crowded place these days!). Joe and Wade are superbly concerned with details, allowing me to relax and enjoy each new stage.
Spending time with my grandsons has been an upside to my “forced” living situation of the past year. I’ve spent some frustrating moments (the volume alone has me wondering if I have PTSD) but I’ve also been around in the daily, comfortable moments where time is not forced and trust is inherent and I get to observe and participate in the small moments. As a photographer–I can still claim that I hope–it has always been the small moments that capture my attention. Below are three of them that I particularly like.
Enjoy your day, your people, your spot in this crazy world. We all need to simmer down and slow down and, probably, lay down and put down. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. Stay tuned.