I seem to be coming out the other side of my cycle. This would be good news on may levels. The most ‘down to earth’ one being that I could go and use a chainsaw with only the standard level of fear using one creates. I have purchased wood for the last few weeks and although it is nice to just have good hard wood at hand without time or effort it is expensive.
Coming out of the cycle also means that I can apply a more concerted effort in trying to repair whatever it is that still causes my water to not be getting to the house. I will be tackling that again today – and hope that I can at least finally determine the real issue. I know what I’d like to do, but until I’m certain how the one unexamined piece works, I can’t move forwards with my plan.
Having a working brain, or at least as good as mine ever gets, will also help allow me to write more. I am surprisingly far on the new novel, ‘Corrupted Souls’ and would love to get it wrapped up soon. And I know that before long I am going to be sunk up to my neck in edits – having a clear mind will be immensely useful during this trying time.
So here’s hoping for the coming of spring, in both my mind and – by the love of the gods please!- in the weather too.