Sunshine and all that stuff.
You know, I think I am going to make this a category all of its special own.
Currently I am sitting in my cold bedroom, instead of the warm, sun-filled lounge room. And eating cold rolled oats and linseeds.
Argh, it’s been a little chilly in Sydney of late. Of late what? Library books. Oh don’t get me started, I’ll go nuts-a-loo writing all sorts of stream-of-consciousness and metaphor-raising floosziebiloolio stuff. And making up words.
This is the sunshine blog.
This morning I stood in front of my kitchen window, like Rapunzel at her garret – er, tower bedroom, waiting for that slack-arsed prince to stop fucking his horse and rescue her. What is it with princes on horseback? Can’t they walk? Geez. Poor bloody horses. A lardy-arsed prince AND a suit of armour, not to mention saddle and a belly full of primeval mediaeval oats.
Back to sunshine. So, standing in front of my window, thinking about a telephone call I had to make about an opportunity that I believe is there, and slightly psyching myself up, and embracing the sun, curiously enough, at the base of my belly. Exactly where a girl needs it when she wants to achieve something professionally.
A good blast of sun right in the base chakra, but around the front, because who the hell would turn their back on all that beautiful sunshine?
I’m going to deliberately finish – in the middle – by saying that the only reason Rapunzel knew her prince was coming is because she was facing OUT the window, sunshine of my miiiiind (some sixties pop song in my head I think, and if not, must be the seventies, must look up all sunshine songs).
Tricked you. I didn’t finish in the middle. See what happens when one edits oneself before the outpouring of minor creativity has concluded its merry swish through ones mind, behind the beads, the eyes, the Rapunzellian eyes of the soul?
So I was grateful for that sunshine. And thanked the Sun. And my ancestors. And I felt good, and mission simplified, the right message coming through to me, as to WHY I should share in that opportunity. Then I thought about lots of other stuff which was highly distracting, irrelevant, and slightly negative but constructively negative. Then I got back into the sunshine state of mind. No, not Queensland. It’s not always about Queensland you know.
But you know, I already knew last night – or the wee whoooours of this morning – what my method for tackling the opportunity mission would be, et-sunny=-cetera.
I love the sun. And right now, I am going to finish my rolled oats, and get ready for work. Between the train and I is about three quarters of a kilometre of sunshine. I shall embrace it through my sleeves, my stockings, my sunshiny spirit.
Love and Blessings (Sunny Blessings) to you, Sunshine, dear Sunshine.xxx
c. A Room of Heroine 2011.