I finally have begun dipping a couple of toes into the waters of life — at least the waters that are not to deep, since I can’t swim.
I have sent poems in to two contests being held by regional poetry reviews. They are old poems, but they might be good enough.
I have enrolled in a four-week poetry workshop based on the Amherst Writers and Artists Method. It’s a start.
I took my first water aerobics class today — just the thing for elder women, and there are a bunch of us. My plan is to go twice a week.
It’s a start — at loosening up my social skills, my once writing talent, and my tight back muscles.
It’s just too easy to just hang around here and be entertained by my 7 year old grandson. Here’s what I mean.
I need to create the life I want to have at 70 (which is only 7 months away). It’s a start. And it’s about time.