It has been said that when it rains, it pours. So it has been during this past week. From learning to post information on an existing website for the Museum of the Everglades, to updating my website her on word press, to biking with a new friend I am overwhelmed. Then, there is the book I finished reading yesterday that has once again inspired my passion to sail away. Lest I remember learning to link the websites of two friends/colleagues is also on my agenda. Oh yea, tomorrow is my mate’s birthday and I need to make him a card.
Unlike my sister who is living in state of boredom I have so many things I want to do immediately I may just make a cup of tea and go sit on the porch while watching the day’s last vestige of tourists who just had to go for an airboat ride. Far from being bored I am overwhelmed. What to do first? What can wait? What should be deleted?
In the end it is this state of flurry when living in the world of too many self imposed demands that makes me feel alive. Feelings of being popular, of being involved, and of being wanted optimistic motivate me to write. Write on my blog, write my dialog for an upcoming presentation, or write a birthday card for the man in my life, my fingers can’t seem to type fast enough.
So, while others cringe at the thought of a rainy day, today’s sunshower and infinite list of todos, has me shouting, let it rain, let it rain, let it rain.