After a crazy month of packing, stressing, and cleaning (my aching back and neck and swollen knees stretched to their limits), I’ve finally moved. A Boston poet on the South Shore! Culture shock, but it’s very pretty and reasonably quiet here. I miss the house where I rented a room for two and a half years – a real home that kept me together after the loss of my mother in September 2010, despite the cast of yahoo neighbors. And I will sorely miss seeing my brother on the way to the Cambridge public library.
But it is good to be forced to make a change every now and again. I’m still hoping to break the halfway mark on the Moby-inspired poetry collection. Maybe I’ll get some chapters added to the second novella also. One never knows what summer will bring. All my brain likes to do in warm weather is write love poems.
I made a pot of chili last night – with ground beef and pork sausage instead of ground turkey – O, sin! Looking forward to day-old chili for dinner. This is the first place I’ve lived in that has CA; it’s always 70 degrees. Good thing the grocery store is 15 minutes away walking so I’ll get exercise instead of hopping the bus to the nearest market. It’s so cool in here I could bake a pie for the 4th of July. Off to google red, white, and blue pie. “One never knows…do one?”