Boy, those pomegranates are hanging heavy, ready to be plucked. While enjoying that, this guy seems a little subdued, perhaps disappointed.
We got another appointment made today for 3 days away, and then we have to have a car inspection done, for getting a license here. Chip, chip, chip away at it, there are more people here than in our old town, and it takes a while to get appointments and such.
I need to go to the laundromat but I find myself frightened of going, so that’s another thing to tackle tomorrow. Laundromats are always so crowded and you have to use a lot of coins (although maybe not nine) so this card reminds me of the heaviness of coins and laundromats. He’ll eventually enjoy the harvest, once the laundry is done, right?
That’s my big life lesson in this: I being a major perfectionist, cannot control much in this situation, so I have to learn non-attachment. I also have to learn to go into the laundromat and wash and dry things. I always loved doing the laundry, but not this way.