A lovely spring Sunday morning to walk . Today on my walk I discovered:
- A fluffy brown persian cat on the footpath sneaking up on two galahs sneaking seeds off the road. The galahs took fright when they saw the cat, and the cat took fright when it saw me, and I laughed in the warm sunlight with the light breeze.
- The mushrooms were starting too shrivel and die not that the rain showers are decreasing. I guess that is the cycle of life.
- I saw some ant trails across the earth footpath near the park. The soft earth had been disturbed as they built tunnels and homes I guess. It looked like a form of ancient writing and I stopped for a moment to see if I could decipher the meaning of life from their work words but nothing came to me. Their secret is safe for now.
- The spring perfumes of the trees permeates my walk and it is fun trying to guess which particular tree or flower is the source of the joy.
- I noticed that a practioner of traditional chinese medicine and acupunture has taken up residence in a nearby street. We have quite a few chinese nationals relocating to this area, the majority from Hong Kong. There are a number of such businesses in the area, all run from private homes.
- I noted that I walked faster today over the same route.
- I noted that I think I need the rountine of doing things in the same order each day to assist me to achieve them. Both days I have had breakfast and then gone for my walk. One sets in motion the other and so I don’t have to think about it so much and then I don’t have such an opporuntity to procrastinate and that as we know is my achilles heel.
- I note that I think about what I do, why and how more already. Is this getting into the moment?
- I am worried that all this is easy when I am on holidays. How to achieve it when school starts again in a week will be the challenge.