Yesterday's tasks were mercifully easy. It was another hectic day, so I was glad to have tasks I could complete.
I read my humorous fiction book for 15 minutes - and got another hour or so into it today while waiting for Rebecca to have her tennis lesson.
I also wrote a creative poem about nature, titled "Ode To Poultry". It sure ain't e.e. cummings, but it rhymed. And I'm proud to say, it does not contain the word "cluck". The temptation for bawdy rhyming words would have been too strong.
It's already 6pm, and I was up late last night playing for a dance, and then got up obscenely early today to play fiddle for an autism run fundraiser. My eyelids are definitely at half mast, so I'll keep it short.
Here's today's tasks:
- Stay away from all news sources other than the weather for 24 hours. This includes web media, TV media, radio media. It's OK to scroll around on facebook, but if I detect a news item, I am to avert my eyes! I didn't get the memo until 12:30pm today, so my news fast will last until 12:30pm tomorrow.
- For the next 3 days, whenever you feel overjoyed, or a surge of happiness, write in your new notebook. (See format on graphic of Rebecca's task sheet.) I have a perfect little pocket-sized mini composition book that I can slip in my pocket so if bliss cascades upon me, I'll be ready. I need to find a little mini pen to go with it!
As usually, I'll let you know how I do tomorrow!