The Becoming and Random Life Bits.

I haven’t finished the book yet, but it’s a wonderful read, and im enjoying it so far. It’s been a strange few days, so im looking forward to having some more time to enjoy the book and do some things I haven’t found the time/energy to do specific tasks. 

Im enjoying more pop/dance music lately and listening to Agatha Christie’s short stories between getting home and going to bed. Ive been watching based on myths and lore; some are rewatching, some new. I love a story that involves dragons, adventure and romance, and how they have changed depending on how far back the story goes. It’s a great way to take a vacation without leaving your house, and you can travel to many different worlds and experience so many things. Thats one of the joys of reading and something I hope everyone gets to experience (reading/listening/being told stories). 

Im was not sure what to call this post; it’s more of a ramble than anything else. Oh, the wee pup is six months old today, hes gotten quite big and strong; his personality is coming out, and hes barking like the big dog doesn’t think he is (well, with me mostly, not really anyone else). It’s quite the time; he is growing shockingly fast and not stopping. 

On a different note, we got to talking about kids at work, and someone asked how old I was and said something along the lines of “oh, you’re going to want to have kids soon; you’re going to be too old for having kids soon”. While im not against having kids, telling me that I should have kids cause it’s the thing to do and that it’s expected of me by some of society that I should have found my person and be having children. I dont mean to offend anyone who has done that, but it’s stupid to assume that everyone wants that.  

I think id like to adopt if I get lucky enough to be financially stable enough to bring a child up in the world. They have been brought into this world, and for whatever reason, they dont have a family yet or have been separated, so I think I’d like to do that; it won’t be perfect; there will be hiccups, but giving someone home and a family that loves them would be worth it. I have a person in my life that was adopted, and hearing their story made me want to give someone a chance at life. 

Im really rambling now, so im going to be off; I hope you have a delightful day! 

Till Next Time, 

Meg

Main Image by Evgeni Tcherkasski from Pixabay

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