Great mysteries, dogs, and old lady futures

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Thinking out loud.

9 Comments on “Great mysteries, dogs, and old lady futures

  1. Yeah, I feel this.
    I’m coming up on the center of my 40s, and am knee-deep in the reckoning of what my body is and isn’t (powerful vehicle that has allowed me SO much joy and beauty, will never again be a size 5). I am feeling the shifts in my relationships and priorities, and I can see that what you’re engaged in is what I’m going to be doing in a bit.
    Save the dogs. They are FAR superior to the humans, but they let us learn from them. Seriously, what more could anyone ever ask for?

  2. Just recently I went to the HR office at work to have the retirement talk. I said the prospect of retiring was a frightening experience. She asked me what it was that brought me joy outside of work. I had nothing to tell her. Who am I? I’m a mother, I’m a daughter, I’m a sister, I’m a friend but who am I? I don’t know any more. Now that I have listened to this post I really don’t know who I am but you’ve given me a lot to think about, to turn over in my mind, to contemplate. Thank you for that. Many blessings.

  3. It’s so amazing and soothing to hear your voice again. It’s like music to my heart. Here’s to dogs, cats, chickens, and being who we are!! Love you.

  4. I don’t want to spoil too much just yet, but let’s just say that the positive response to the last couple of posts sparked something big. This old house is getting more than a fresh coat of paint; let’s just say that we’re putting on new siding, making sure that the electrical is up to code, redoing the plumbing and maybe adding a dishwasher. Big, exciting changes coming to the SKW site, Septemberish.
    ~Wulfbrand, Seba’s student, slacker, and (new!) webmaster

  5. I use yo follow your blog and I was in your facebook group I believe it was a few years ago. But I found your blog today and I will admit. I’m 26 so hearing your advice and that twenties don’t really count has brought peace to my mind.

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