Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

Fifth Sunday in Lent

I did not want to get out of bed this morning, but I did manage to get up with enough time to shower, eat breakfast, etc. and still be on time to morning church.  Megan got up right around the time I left (we'd established last night that she'd probably sleep rather than come to morning church).

We spent the afternoon hanging out at home.

We watched the first disk of How I Met Your Mother (she'd never seen any of it).

We went to queer church, which she enjoyed.  And I learned that she knows (some) ASL, which I hadn't realized, so that was cool.

She said my aura is "busy but quiet" -- like a butterfly, that's constantly in motion but not obtrusive.




"Joy Sadhana is a daily practice in the observation of joy."
-mylittleredgirl [more info]

"Sin is necessary, but all will be well, and all will be well, and every kind of thing will be well."
-Julian of Norwich, Showings

Five good things about today:
1. I got to see Rachel briefly at morning church.
2. Megan drew on my whiteboard.
3. I was full of food (overfull, really) at evening church.
4. Megan stroked my hair sometimes while I was lying on her while we watched How I Met Your Mother.
5. Getting to bed at a reasonable hour.

Three things I did well today:
1. I got up and went to morning church.
2. I brought down the recycling and brought the trash out to the curb.
3. I washed dishes.

Two things I am looking forward to (doing [better]) tomorrow:
["anything that you're looking forward to, that means you're facing tomorrow with joy, not trepidation" -Ari]
1. Going places in Boston with Megan.
2. Getting to bed at a reasonable hour.
Tags: joy sadhana, self: about me
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