Robin il est absent…

Funny one of the few phrases I remember from high school French class is about being absent. My brain is mostly fuzz and blurs of things lately. It’s like having a head full of dust bunnies. Words aren’t forming or coming to me in structure or promise. I think it has to do with not feeling settled yet, not having pictures on the walls, knocking into furniture because it’s not in its exact right spot, nor have any books on shelves or even shelves to put them on. It feels like a month we’ve been here but it’s really just a couple of weeks. I see hopeful progress espcecially in the last two days which is likely driven by a deadline…I’m hatching a plan to drive to Wisconsin to see my parents and my sister. So for now and maybe a bit longer, Robin il est absent.


In the mean time, I’m collecting ideas for stuff to write about. I’d love a rabbit trail to follow so leave me a link or an idea in the comments.


About Robin Arnold

Reader, writer, gardener, geek, maker of homes in several states, now settled in Virginia with husband Bob, and Hazel and Wilson the tabby cats.
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2 Responses to Robin il est absent…

  1. i just like to hear about what you and bob are up to. the process of your unpacking, shelving the books, etc…the switch finally switched to sunny and warm here for this week.we go to indiana on friday…me and the girls, plus my niece….John 14:27 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid…i see that you have a new bookish background at your page. nice.

  2. Robin Arnold says:

    Have a safe and good visit Nancy. Thanks for visiting and thanks for the scripture.

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