Harmony, Sweet Harmony

So I go and drop an “I’m pregnant!” bomb on my blog and then leave it alone for almost a month. That’s just wrong.

In the past month of high-speed crazy, there’s been a fantastic Thanksgiving, a visit from the British Woodroffe clan, lots of moisturizing, lots of go-go-going and not nearly enough sleep.

It’s been a blast though. I’ve got no complaints about a single thing in this wonderful life. So there’s that.

(Okay, so I can’t fit into anything I own and I’m pretty much living in leggings and big shirts and I can’t sleep on my tummy anymore. I could complain about all that, but … nah.)

I’m off to Dallas with the Woodies for a long weekend. I’m leaving this photo of a page in Brenner’s Minvera’s Wreck that’s a quote from the รผber-talented Roy Danger here to remind me to live in each moment.

Because that’s all we have in our youth. We can’t use up all our memories now, elsewise what will we have to push us through those golden years?

(There’s a photo I can’t find of Minerva’s Wreck. ABOUT NOSTALGIA.)

5 thoughts on “Harmony, Sweet Harmony

  1. cam

    yo Terrybomb been meaning to send a link to this book for a while now;
    get it get it get it. the best. just moved house working too much haven’t had a chance to catch up on my blog reading. or updating. don’t even have AE’s latest album, so slack! should get a new blog will have time shortly. anyway get the book, hope alls well love from the great south land, cam.

    1. admin Post author

      Hiiiiiii! Seriously, why has it taken me so long to get back to you? Too much sleep, I think.

      Thanks for the rec, I’m going to add it to my Amazon queue. ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope all is well on the other side of the world!

      1. cam

        you think that took a while wait until you HAVE A BABAY!!!

        ‘too much sleep’ will be lost from your vocab, or you might get lucky, we had perfect sleep for the first 4 months, then the teeth started. now he sleeps with us and i have the bruises to prove it! ๐Ÿ˜›

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