|more of the lovely landscape outside our North Carolina cottage|
Thinking About … solitude. I’ve been reading Holy Solitude this Lenten season. As an introvert, I’ve always felt comfortable being alone (I need time by myself to recharge). Haverkamp is introducing me to a whole new-to-me cast of folks through the ages who practiced solitude with purpose.
“Being alone sounds sad, aimless, or lonely, to hear ads or memes describe it. Solitude, however, is chosen and purposeful.” (from the Introduction)
I’m looking forward to incorporating some of her ideas into my morning solitude time … after Easter.
Grateful For … a slow day at home. Marc’s playing golf and it’s just me and the dog. quiet. peaceful.
Inspired By … the longer days and other signs of Spring to lighten up. my wardrobe. my diet. my house.
Fun … Sara arrives this evening! we have plans for lunch with mom, a wine tasting, Homeland “live” (the only time I watch it in real time on Sunday evening is when I’m with her) and dinner with Katie.
Here’s to the weekend! Have a good one, my friends!