Rambling On… 15 November 2019
Things are changing and I’m one of those people who hates change. I’ve tried to read a few books in my “to be read” pile and have given up since I can’t seem to get into anything.
I think one of the reasons I struggle with change it because we’ve moved so many times over the years because my hubby was following where the work was. I don’t begrudge him doing this because we all need to make money to live.
I think it might be a little harder for me to accept change because of my depression and anxiety though.
This weekend my man and I are heading to Apollo Bay. We’ll be travelling along the Great Ocean Road on Sunday for about two hours to reach our destination. It’s my uncle’s 75th birthday and we’re going along to celebrate and meet up with family we haven’t seen for a while.
I wish the weather was going to be nice, but it isn’t. It’s going to be cold and wet—that’s Victoria, Australia in Spring for you. Wait five minutes and the weather will change. We can have four seasons in one day—and I was hoping my hubby and I could go on his motorbike. That isn’t going to happen now. I hate being cold. Brrr.
Sorry, I know you are all going into winter with ice and snow. I don’t know how you all cope with the minus temperatures in your part of the world. I’m one of those people who likes a temperate climate. I can cope with up to 30 degrees C and to a low of about 15 degrees C but anything higher or lower and I’m looking to put the aircon or the heater on.
Even my chiropractor says I’m an extreme type of person.
There is no middle ground for me. I’m either too hot or too cold. Maybe that has to do with my genes but I don’t think so since my parents don’t ever seem to get as cold as I do. Maybe because I have scoliosis my nerves aren’t working properly. Who knows. I can’t change the way I am.
I’m writing this newsletter at 7:45.p.m on Friday night. According to Google, it’s 14 degrees C. I have the central heater on but admittedly I never have it set higher than 16 degrees C since the thermostat is in the duct in the roof and everyone else says it’s too hot if I set the temperature higher.
I’m fully dressed in socks, slippers, jeans, a tank top, long sleeved shirt and a windcheater (sweater). I also have my dressing gown (robe) on over the top of my clothes and I’m still feeling chilly.
I don’t think I’d survive if it snowed where I live.
I’m sure you’ve all guessed by now from my ramblings that I haven’t done much other than work this week and since I haven’t I don’t have anything I haven’t got much to tell you.
My man is excited about his new endeavor and I’m happy for him, too.
I hope you all have a great weekend.
Stay safe, happy and healthy.
Love Becca Van. xxoo
What Have I Been Writing?
I’m still writing Slave Gold Dimensions 3 – New Reality.
I’ve been working hard though the story is going well. I’m currently on track and getting close to finishing, I think.