When You Don’t Know What To Do, Celebrate

Things are getting brighter, thank God. I’ve got plans now for the summer, and they are lovely, and I can’t wait. Rest in nature, and inspiration in the city… I’ll be travelling on my own, to places I haven’t been to and have been wanting to see for a long time. I’ll have rest, and beauty, plenty of quiet at first and plenty of art to follow! Sounds good to me. 

I’ll be starting slow by house-sitting for a friend, not far from where I live but away from work and the city – and the house is beautiful and spacious, with a wonderful garden and a bookshelf well-stocked with art and theology… 

From there, I’ll be travelling north towards the Lake District, the land of poets and painters… 

lake district

And after lots of walking and contemplating there, and a little pause at home, I’m off to Paris. A short stay – but as I had hoped, I will be in Paris on my 30th, and I can’t think of many better ways to celebrate that occasion! I would think the Louvre and Notre Dame will keep me good company…


Is that the secret? “When you don’t know what to do, celebrate”? I’ll give that a go.

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