Riding the Merry-Go-Round

It feels as if I am riding a carousel. . . . 
Up and down, round and round
But not making forward progress.

I think I finally cracked the code 
for loading images into blog posts so that's good
(and it relates to using Chrome instead of Internet Explorer) 
but mostly, it feels as if I've been stagnating.

With my desktop in need of repair and my laptop 
apparently beyond help, working on the books has ground to a halt.
Art-making materials are spread out between the for-sale house
and the new one, and Polyvore is too hard to manage on a tablet,
 at least at my tablet-skill level.

Maybe something is germinating under the soil, 
but what that might be is a big question mark.

I'm not used to feeling so aimless.

What's the lesson here?


ellen abbott said…
Just go with it. It will coalesce into a direction or desire. I have found it to be an exercise in futility to try and force my way through feeling aimless.
Kim Mailhot said…
Aimless is disconcerting, but also freeing if we can just look at it that way. I hope your clarity comes to you just when you really need it.
In the meantime, I keep looking to the present moment and what I am thankful for right now. Seems to save me every time...
Sending peace and love your way !
Anonymous said…
releasing resistance, finding the flow... sending you some shiny sunshine from over here...

xox - eb.
She Who Doodles said…
Patience. This to shall pass. Sounds like something my mother would have said, but so true.
J C said…
I use explorer and have no problem uploading to Blogger, but I cant use Mr. Linky. Have to go to Chrome then. I so dislike having computer problems. Life should be smooth..........yes!

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