I would also like to document the phenomenon where you feel unexpected glee at finding a familiar face in the wilds of New York City. While walking home from re-parking the car this morning, I was greeted by the program director for our local community garden. I held a leftover hydrangea and grass bouquet from the wedding, which I retrieved from the car. I spaced out while passing the empty corner storefront, wondering what might go well there, when Tim said, “Hi”!
“Glad to see you!” I said.
My neighborhood is starting to feel more neighborhood-y.
On an altogether different note, I need to set some intentional perimeters around privacy when it comes to daily blogging. I’ve started to do some research:
- Blogging and Privacy: How to Blog Authentically Without Loosing Your Voice by Stacie Roberts
A conflict arose today which I want to – but am not yet at liberty to – discuss.
The husbometer is steady.