Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Thoughts on an Overcast Morning

My blog was deleted from the internet for a few hours a couple of days ago. That sent me into a panic. I then fully realized how involved I am with keeping it alive. I am way too involved with doing that. All of a sudden I had to think of other things to do with my life. First thing that came to my mind was to immediately move to some isolated beach town and start writing a book. I would have to write a book because small and isolated beach towns get very boring after just a few hours. Besides fighting off the mosquitoes and jejenes and walking on the beach, what else is there to do?  Well swimming in the ocean could take up another hour of the day.

I contacted my son and he sent them an e mail. I have no idea of who the "them" is because I am not that computer literate. I couldn't even sign into my site. I gave him my information and within an hour it was back online.   Thank God for my son and his willingness to help me out, once again, with my computer problems.

Now that I am back online, all thoughts of moving to an isolated beach have disappeared. For now, this seems to be my place. We all have our places and this is mine. Maybe sometime this winter I will just go to the beach for a month or two. I will wait and see what happens. I try to take things one day at a time. Not make too many plans.

Today is market day. It is overcast and a little rainy right now. I am waiting it out. Maybe the sun will come out a little later on. I know I won't melt if I get a little rain on me but the cobblestones are slick when they are wet and very dangerous for walking. I don't want another broken bone.  That is all I have to report this morning. I am going to try to be less obsessed about this blog. There is far more to life than doing the blog. 


  1. Hey. Small fishing villages by the sea can be lots of fun. I never have enough hours in the day to do what I want to do. My month in San Miguel is teaching me, though, that too many options are far more draining than too few.

  2. HI Steve, Thanks for writing. I sometimes feel the same way here. There are so many things to do. I have learned the hard way not to try to do too many things in one day. Have fun. Patricia