Routine day with a touch of anger


Sometimes, things just get to you.

Sometimes, things just add up to a point and make you angry.

Anger is not always a good thing, it can eat away at you, paralyze you, and make you totally powerless. Nonetheless, it affects all of us at various times and usally it creeps up on you or pretty much hits you over the head with a sort of cast iron frying pan situation.

There are things we can talk about and then there are things that, for whatever reason, we cannot. This is one of those situations that is the latter.

I am going to have to just deal with it, move on, and let go. I am good with that. I am not good, however, with inequities, and with unfairness, and with dealing with thsoe whose narcisstic tendencies have to overrule anyone to be dealt with.

I need to focus on the day, a beautiful, cool sunny day. Okay, so I didn’t catch the skunk with my new Havahart trap, he apparently didn’t even access it, but at least I have it set up and ready to go.

I have some simple things in mind for the day once my Zooms are under control. The outdoor cupboard needs some attention and the dishes need to be wrapped up in their zippered containers to keep out the dirt that lingers. The cupboard is totally enclosed, but somehow dirt and grime does manage to invade and get in the oddest places. I plan to vacuum it out and see if I can remove all of the minute locust leaves that invade the minute you open it up. Some of the things will not be wrapped up since we will still be using them.

Luckily, we have a nice, new storage trunk where we store the main chairs’ cushions.Those are among the last things I will be storing, although I could ostensibly store them and instead depend on our smaller chairs. With the chairs, I can wait, as they can be among the last things to go in the garage. Last year, I stored them outside. I am not sure where I stand on their storage today.

Okay, anger in check, time to move on.


About Richard Koerner

Almost seventy something, father, papi, educator, organizer, Francophile, traveler, amateur photographer, gardener, cyclist, kayaker, calligrapher, cinephile, reader, and overall renaissance type human being.
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