Here, listen to this – you may/may not dig it. Well, give it a try, what is the worst that can happen? Ear-pox? Inspiration-flu? Jazz-hemmorhoids?
My mind is racing – a few things are going through my mind as I write this and listen back to the radio show to check for swear words. This blog post, where I am thinking aloud, can either provide contentment or be a sign-post to a committal in hospital.
After listening through to the above show, it is the best show I have yet done – not an excessive amount of ‘umming’ and ‘aahing’ but still a fair share – I must get a grip on that.
It is the early hours of Easter Monday.
So, Spring has officially sprung – Easter Sunday has been and gone – have you left your cave, drank the red wine and found your light? Religious festivities are easy come, easy go with me. Yes, I admire the Quaker Tradition but that is seen as a spirituality – and a lived spirituality at that. I am not in a position mentally or physically to commit so I will cheer from the touchline ad hope for the best.
With it being Easter, there is a lot of moon in the sky. I have been told that a full moon exerts the same gravitational pull as a mosquito sucking blood from your skin – I am unsure whether it is the ambient light in the night sky or not – but either way I feel alive and yet slightly meh at the same time. It is an interesting dichotomy in that I am physically drained yet mentally I feel like I have just mainlined an espresso. I hope it calms down but I appear to be in for the long haul.