I listened to podcast 5 today while working in the basement and hanging out clothes. I'm not fond of ear buds for headphones at all. They keep falling out of my ears. But I do love listening to the podcasts.
While I was hanging out clothes I eyed the sad state of my faery garden. There are weeds hiding my altar, the grass needs mowing and the table has deteriorated due to rain. I need to paint the table I intend to use in its place (it will go in the mini-fire pit I need to set up and weed the whole yard. The trip down to Indiana really messed me up. I'm behind on everything and no energy to get it done.
I started knitting the tunic last night and as the beginning is a simple garter stitch, I made great progress. Tonight I start the center pattern which is cabled (which I love) and not something I can do mindlessly. Same with the Tree of Life afghan. I had planned to listen to another podcast while spinning but I'm tired and I just got a book in from the library on Druidism and Celtic seers. Not to mention the mystery I'm reading and the biography of Alf Wight (James Herriot.)
And I haven't been reading Tarot much lately so it wouldn't hurt to give 'er a go tonight as well. The book is due back at the library Friday but I'm pretty sure I can renew it.
And I have The Mistress of Spices to watch tonight. I'm a bit excited about that as I loved the ending of it.
I'm a bit cheesed at myself for still not setting up some kind of routine or schedule to my day. I have things I want to accomplish spiritually yet I can't seem to motivate myself to get them done. Or even started. I have pondered that it might have something to do with all the Bible studies and such that consumed me in fundamentalist Christianity. But this is so different and so new that I really do want to learn it all. It's the setting aside time for it that is my problem.
Maybe I'm trying to bite off too big a mouthful. Maybe I need to start small and accomplish one thing before I try to accomplish everything.
Off to bed to knit and watch my dvd.