a few things new in this fish bowl:
I would like a fishbowl
with floating flowers
a concrete house with some stones,
could they balance well underwater?
a water chime
looking for new shelving
and a new pair of boots
Eu 44 if you have a pair?
Shipping is expensive to Aotearoa, NZ but if its the right fit i will swim for the moment and wait while the boots cross oceans!
it might be Autumn by the time they arrive.
I'm waiting for a friend to visit me,
maybe i should start a newsletter.
I have a once a year routine around this time in Summer: collecting reads on amazon w an online cart full of books these I don't buy but let rest and don't give them my money.
Instead of reading you're tea leaves, (*I've never done this by the way) read your last sip of liquid in a glass cup looking up into the sky.
thats all for now, and a Papaya is my favourite fruit.
I'm back here just thinking, its Autumn.
I reorganised my pantry shelf today,
I've been talking to friends on the phone.
I wrote out a recipe today,
Went to the park the autumn leaves got caught on my body, clothes, hair when I did some stretches.
I thought i was going to wake up early and do work but then something changed so I went outside instead.
I'm listening to music,
side note: karagarga ? g.i.t :>
this is keeping me going,
like a comma in a sentence, we are merely at a comma, having a comma moment!
i ate salmon today, my last ration from my sisters smokehouse. It was beetroot Gravalax cure.
I've seen stingrays all summer while swimming & snorkelling and always a little afraid of my proximity to them I viewed them as alien underwater spaceships hover-boarding over sandbeds, these visions seen from my blurry snorkels or seen as dangerous due to a splash sting in front of me in deep waters. The last sting ray came a calm feeling, Fishing at sunset off some rocks with friends on Waiheke island. My friend is reeling a fish in and I, looking out at the pinky sky and the sparkle dusk waters lapping on a rock pool below my feet. I stingray is loosely floating and swaying in the waters movements. It had sparkles on it, possibly phosphorescence or bioluminescence* in the water.
Sting ray sparkled and looked cute so we good now, my fear dissipated that moment.
*The free-floating organisms known as plankton, from the Greek "wandering," are the drifters of the ocean. Although most of these organisms are motile (moving), they cannot swim or move against currents, but they can move vertically in the water column. Read more: http://www.waterencyclopedia.com/Oc-Po/Plankton.html#ixzz6ItQgtRKv