Welp. It’s been a long week, and it’s only Wednesday. I stressed myself out and ended up seeking out my big sister for advice. She’s close in age with Stevie Nicks. (Yes, it suddenly makes her cooler.) She helped me calm down, mostly.
I freak out about things with which I have no control like I’m being paid. I’m having a hard time refraining from beating myself up. It seems like a logical reaction when I’m the cause.
I’m functioning on auto-pilot too much. I burned my hand while soldering earlier by reaching for the iron without looking up. I left my eyes in my other world again. Along with my brain. Sigh. At least it’s not severe.
I’m assembling DIY kits for the kids in the afterschool program in Denver. They teach basic electronics and soldering. Today’s youth need to know how to recycle and repair electronics.
I’m still working on my guide to going off the grid (for free.) Today’s trash is tomorrows treasure. Scavenging, repairing, refurbishing, etc. are the skills I’m interested in of late. Water purification and desalination are up there, too.
M. and I are headed to Colorado to plant more trees. I’m not bringing a laptop this time. I need to unplug for a while. M. has a meeting in Denver, but otherwise, it’ll just be a mini vacation. I’ll soon be off to play in the dirt and let go of what isn’t working, or needs freed. Peace.