The moving people are coming this morning to do a "visual assessment" of the place. We were going to do the move ourselves but Duke stepped up last minute--thank goodness. So we're hanging out here for the morning.
Listening to Ray Lamontagne nonstop these days. Still reading "Quiet Girl", nearly finished. Peter Hoeg writes, "What we knew back then was that you can't keep the important things for yourself. If one person is hungry, everyone feels the hunger. The same with happiness. There's no private happiness."Dinner: Whole wheat spaghetti with gently sauteed zucchini, fresh-shelled English peas, cherry tomatoes, and onions, topped with Reggiano Shreds. Pomegranate/lime soda cocktail and a pluot for dessert.
"It's a luxury to miss them." A quote from my comments. She hit it on the nose. A luxury. It feels good to miss them. They'll be back tomorrow.