Monday, September 29, 2003




~*Morning Thoughts & Ponderings*~

today starts off my holiday...2 weeks or what Ghostie would have called a fortnight... i slept in for a bit before unfurreling from the warmth of the covers to meet the brisk air of the morning...i wish that i had remembered Smudge had brought in a guest for the evening...i went to use the lil girls room and practically trample over "snowbell" ...she was found last night...miraculously...

we had all thought her to have been burned in the fire which had consumed the home 2 doors down from me a lil over two weeks ago... and she was obviously in the fire as her poor lil ears have been charred and part of her front paws is now missing... but overall she seems to be very healthy, a lil shaken of course, but i'm sure that once we reunite her with her family all will be well...

last night tournament was a blessing, we had 13 teams (26 players), most of whom i have come to know and love throughout the course of my time with woogies... there had of course been a few newbies as well, but for the most part everyone there knew either myself or Ghostie, and it helped to draw me that much closer to feeling as though i was in some sort of a way still with him...in spite of the fact that he (i hope anyhow) was resting in the wee hours of the morning...

"CP" had made comment that he had tried to ask a moment of silence for mom, unfortunately that is almost impossible to do in the crib...not that the woogies would not do, just that there are so many immature lil heathenistical chits in the crib in the late evenings...

the type who really dooooo need to be pulled over someones knee and swatted with a strip of birch i think

Bless CPs heart for his thoughts...

Ghostie is allowing for me to run my 150th in mom's honor however so perhaps on that day we might have that quiet moment of reflection, though for me i've already taken that moment, and a few more, and i am more than certain there will be even more over the course of time...

i do wish we had been able to meet...i wish that we could have shared in one of dads cakes while i poured the tea orrrrr i wish that i could have made them all one of the "smoothies" for which i think she would have loved...

i talked with dad a bit ago after dropping scooby off at the school grounds...Ghostie had left for the market without his cell it had seemed, soz when i rang dad had been the one to pick up, i was thankful for a moment to talk with him and know that he sounded well, though truth is i hadn't found the words to relay the sympathy for which i felt...

how do you say to someone you have not had the opportunity to really get to know that at that very moment you wish beyond anything else that you could wrap your arms around them and comfort them and be there for them... i took a deep breath and ask that they please take care of each other...

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