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Picking up, putting away
We spent much of the week at a family member’s old homestead cleaning out a couple of buildings. It was like an archaeological dig; layer on layer let you roughly date what happened when. The experience saddened me— The accumulated unfinished projects in the shop and the ravaged keepsakes someone had tried to save. I kept telling myself, “But life goes on, don’t you know? Not all projects are unfinished and not all keepsakes are ravaged…”
Debi kept me distracted on the way home by playing sing-along-oldies on the stereo. Meanwhile, I was deciding that I had to clean up, pick up and put away around my house if I didn’t want somebody else to go through what we had been through for three days.
Yesterday I started reorganizing the shop, trying to keep it that way … this time … I had to come in to prepare dinner for my beloved, remembering that mistake, and decided to listen to the Gipsy Kings while I made fajitas de pollo. I don’t understand much of their lyrics, but their music seems right when I feel sadness, but with hope…
We have to change our lives … because we are family … I have a good woman from heaven, bless me! I have a good woman, so I bless the sky…