Here are the things I should be doing:
Writing up an entry from the Friends of the North Logan Library for May's North Logan Newsletter.
Typing up the Young Women acitivies for April to post on the bulletin board.
E-mailing those activities to Sis. Robinson for the ward newsletter and Sunday bulletin.
Distributing the new food items for our 72-hour kits. (We rotate them at General Conference in the spring.)
Taking a nice long walk with the dog.
But what am I doing instead? Blogging! And it feels great!
As you've probably noticed, I haven't been a very consistent blogger lately. But I'm getting the feeling that I'm about to make a comeback.
Earlier in the week while walking the dog I saw a young cat on a porch spying on a flock of house finches twittering in a nearby bush. I wanted to write a poem about it. I WANTED TO WRITE! It's been far too long since I've wanted to write. Just for fun. To stetch my flabby neurons and get them firing again.
Because, here's the thing, I love to write. Sometimes as I'm going about my day I find that I'm thinking my thoughts as a mental composition -- rearranging words, adding a little more description. The grocery list and weekly menu is no longer enough. I need to return to blogging.
It just feels good!