Mind over matter
The body is feeble, but
I have strength of will
Good afternoon and welcome to a whole year of isolation aka March again – Women’s herstory month and cerebral palsy awareness month. Last Friday Gretchen and I walked over to Kohl’s to do some shopping. It has been over a year since I’ve walked any sort of distance (the reason why I got winded on the little hike Shawn and I took when camping) and believe it or not it’s been close to three years since I did any clothes shopping. Other than that, this past year has been the same old routine for me. I did submit a few haiku to the Arizona Matsuri haiku contest. The 2021 ebook should be out soon. And I have been keeping up with the haiku challenge on twitter; I only missed a couple days in February and March.
Shawn has artwork up in the Erotic Show at the Alwun house. Today is the last day of the exhibit. I went to the poetry festivus back in February. Then we celebrated Shawn’s birthday the last weekend in February; one more year until the big 5 0!
In the aftermath
of erotic poetry
blush tingles your cheeks
Half a century
is sneaking up, already
Forty nine years old
Still sitting at home
House never empty
Reflect on lost solitude
Block off alone time
At the beginning of this screwed up year I wrote about my same old routine, after all I don’t get out of the house much and not being able to go out was not all that different for me. I actually posted on Facebook one year ago today that I had to watch episode seven of Star Trek Picard for the fourth time before watching the new episode just released. Everyone was home and had to catch up on the series; it was a big sacrifice on my part. 😉 But as the month wore on, I realized I had no alone time. A year later it’s not so bad; Robin is up in Oregon and Shawn has been out of the house working so it’s now just me and Gretchen; and she has been pretty occupied with online classes. Especially since ASU took away spring break.
This has been my year of isolation. How has everyone else faired?
2 thoughts on “Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month”
Intriguing art. Is that Shawn’s? The opening haiku is perfect for it.
Yes, it’s one of the three pieces he has up in the exhibit. I’ll tell him you find it interesting. He plays with too many colors and exposures for my liking but he has a following and I think he called this Corona Areola because I told him it reminded me of a corona. Which seems appropriate this year.