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Cranky Saturday

Sandra Tayler's Journal

responsible woman

A cobble by itself is just a small stone, but when many of them lay together they create a path . My life is made up of many discrete parts. I have to find ways to fit them all into place so that I can continue to journey where I desire to go. This journal records some of the cobbles that create my path.

Cranky Saturday

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responsible woman

I went to bed exhausted last night and woke up cranky this morning. I’ve tried to keep it under wraps, not spit it randomly at the other people in my house, but I have not always succeeded. Things got done, but without focus or a feeling of accomplishment. The evidence I have of competence is the fact that I made dinner, the kids did some chores, the stack of pages ready for editing when I have brain enough, and a patch of “Castle Stone” colored paint in the middle of a dirty white wall. I’ve now passed the point where calling off the project is just as complicated as completing it. So painting is in my future. But hopefully on a day when I can feel less cranky.

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  • In trivial news, I almost picked Castle Stone for my living room. Sorry you've been cranky - I find that exhaustion one day often leads to cranky the next, no matter how much sleep I got.
    • You are obviously a woman of taste. Our walls are going to end up Castle Stone color. I guess this particular castle is a sandcastle, cause "sand" is how I would describe the color.
  • I went with a deep yellow called Cottage Yellow, not sure what makes it cottage-y. The blue I picked for my bedroom is called Air Kiss, which sounds like it would be pink. I don't envy whoever has the job of picking names for colors! I'd get bored and start naming them randomly after whatever was around... Cat Hair, Coffee Stain, Spilled Sugar...
  • I was wondering about that! I think of castle stones as being grey, which is not a color I would paint house walls. :) Sand-colored sounds lovely, though. I hope the project is going better!
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