Sunday, October 30, 2011

It rains...

My NaBlo posts are in the form of letters to my journal about my revision process. Along the way, I'll include Home-Made Revision Workshop posts, and my Friday Challenges.


Dear Journal,
It is raining raining raining raining.  The wind is whipping the last of the leaves from the branches. The chickens are staring balefully from their hatch-door, the dog lies sleeping - dreaming of his youth. 
Today I am going to look into my sacroiliac - no I'm not - I'm going to look into the nature and design of the sacroiliac to see if I can find ways to work with tiny triangle of intense pain. I want to understand its hinge qualities and how it works with the balance of the back-bone. I want to delve into the beautiful symmetry of the human body and appreciate how I'm constructed and how I can support that structure.


As well, I plan on following my own Friday Challenge when it comes to the pow-wow chapters and see if I can gently redirect my story, or bring it into line with the rhythm I'd begun.  


Oh and finish the tunic I've been knitting for three days.


I have people to call who will still be sleeping in other time-zones and a few fences to mend.


Hope you're having a good Sunday - a day to catch-up, redeem yourself physically, creatively or just to put some worrying tasks to bed.


The rain doesn't seem to care.

6 comments:

Candice said...
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Carol Kilgore said...

Can't knit. Can't crochet. My female ancestors continue to shake their heads.

Enjoy your rainy Sunday.

KarenG said...

I love the rain! Wish it were raining here.

M.J. Fifield said...

We had snow, enough to warrant our plow guy coming out to clear the driveway.

I can't knit or crochet or sew in any way, shape or form. My mother tried to teach me but it just didn't take.

Enjoy your rainy Sunday.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

It was misting here yesterday, but now the sun is out and it's cold and beautiful!

Patricia Stoltey said...

We had a big snow on Wednesday that did lots of damage to trees across town, so I did have one day of hanging out around the house, watching the snow fall (almost 10 inches).

A great book to consult about exercises and positions that help various pain problems, try Pete Egoscue's "Pain Free." It has helped me a lot.