12 thoughts on “Rhythms, library books and diary days

  1. Your grid of drawings inspired by your day’s experience is fabulous. I must say that I am in awe of how much reading you accomplish. In my teens and 20s, I could easily read 3-4 books per week but nowadays I end up falling asleep so quickly that I am lucky to get through a couple of books per month. Lots of time for daytime reading is part of my retirement plan.

    1. I’m so glad you liked my grid of drawings! Like you as a kid I read 3 to 4 books a week. And like you currently when I was younger and working for other people I didn’t read half so much as I do now. Reading as much as I like is definitely a perk of self-employment and semi-retirement!! I love being able to take “book breaks” and read for 10 or 20 mins during my days now despite however busy I am with art projects. A life of reading is a worthy and attainable goal. That you’re able to read any at all while working and having a busy family life is quite an achievement!!! Bravo!!!! ❤

      1. I get much more reading done over the Summer when I am not having to factor in the teaching day so that gives me tangible hope that I will get much more reading done in the next phase of my life. Of course, perhaps a bit bold of me to assume retirement will be part of my life experience. Ha ha!

        1. Here’s hoping retirement will be a large part of your life experience!! I wish for you every good thing imaginable- and I have a fairly good imagination! ❤

Thank you for reading and sharing encouragements!