Shadows in the Moonlight – Josh Woodward
Sometimes my ‘usual self’ feels ‘good’ after having been ill,
but today even my usual self feels… well… usual. 😛 😦
I watched a good movie yesterday:
Woman in Gold, based on the true story of the paintings of Gustav Klimt taken from a Jewish family in Austria during the time of Hitler’s annexation of the country; and the case of how Maria Altmann, living in the United States, won back from the Austrian government, the portrait of her aunt, and others.
I won’t share my ‘Why’ post. It would seem too morbid, too depressed. Though it really isn’t, it might seem that way to some, but I will share this;
All my life I have been asking, ‘Why?’, and I am still asking, ‘Why?’.
I remain that 3 year old child.
In the last few days life went from ‘dreary’, to downcast.
‘why so downcast, O, my soul?’
The upbeat is; some packages have been delivered to my door… things I ordered… containing some Sweet Onion Wheat Thins, and some Chex Mix, good treats 🙂 It’s always pleasant to receive packages however they come by. Now I can have a ‘snacky’ day. 😉
On to another movie: The Railway Man
“From the beginning of time,
the clock struck one.
A drop of dew,
and the clock struck two.
From the dew grew a tree,
and the clock struck three.
Then the tree made a door,
and the clock struck four.
Then man came alive,
and the clock struck five.
Count not, waste not,
the hours on the clock.
Behold I stand at the door and knock.” – Eric Lomax
wearing thin. – C.Lynn