- Running or bicycling or just walking. (Is that all three? I'm counting those as one!) When engaged in these activities, it never takes long before the only thoughts I have are about the turning of my legs, a rhythm that keeps me moving forward.
- Cooking. During my last trip to the supermarket, I refrained from hoarding. I purchased just one can of hominy, for example, though it was 110 ounces -- the size of a can of paint. The self-care part is now parked in the fridge and freezer, where I have four containers of posole leftovers.
- Reading. Not the news. Well, I read the news, too, but my leading self-care reading revolves around fiction. At the moment: Thirteen Doorways, Wolves Behind Them All by Laura Ruby. Three-quarters done, I'm still not clear where this story might head next. While the title sounds creepily fitting for today's circumstances, the tale still feels to me like a welcome escape from our present.
Monday, March 23, 2020
Spring Fling Thing - 3.23 #sol20 Story Challenge
Leigh Ann Eck is hosting a blog party, and I'm in. Or I will be once I conjure three self-care ideas. Fortunately, several are currently top of mind.
Posted by Brian Rozinsky at 8:12 AM