Friday, April 27, 2007

Friday Five: What are you...

1. Wearing: The everpresent jeans and sneakers. Plaid silk noil buttondown, short-sleeved. Bright red plaid socks. Really, it's not as bad as it sounds...

2. Pondering: What's for dinner. Also, trying to figure out where the *&^%* this whole spiritual revelation is taking me. Right now with about equal attention.

3. Reading: Blogs. Somehow bringing a book into work I feel guilty about, but blogging, not so much. Never claimed to make sense...

4. Dreaming: Of financial freedom. And a garden. Also a bit of surety in my life.

5. Eating: Just finished a bag of small candy-coated Hershey's kisses. Typed 'bad' instead of 'bag' the first time I did the previous sentence; well, they're certainly not any good for me.

Grateful for a nice quiet Friday Five after the last one.

11 comments:

Sue said...

Oh, I love fun socks!!! Yours sound great.

seeking chivalry said...

This is my first pair of fun socks! They're fuzzy on the inside, too. Since I got them I've also inherited a bright blue pair with a red Superman logo at the front of my ankle, and tiny Superman logos on the bottom for tread. They're too cute. :)

Sally said...

pondering dinner and spirituality in equal measures- sounds balanced to me :-)

seeking chivalry said...

One does try, and anyway I was pretty hungry so it wasn't so hard. :)

Hedwyg said...

mmmmmm.... candy-coated kisses...

Hope you're having a peaceful weekend,
Hedwyg

seeking chivalry said...

Nice and quiet so far, totally what I needed after the week I had.

Songbird said...

I wonder, do freedom and surety ever go together?

seeking chivalry said...

Hey, I did say I was dreaming, didn't I...?

I think you can find a balance between freedom and surety. That's all I'm aiming for, really; right now I've got a bit too much 'freedom' and not near enough 'surety'.

Thanks for the insightful question, Songbird.

Mother Laura said...

Hey, Kate--just said my mass and prayed for you, especially if you go back to the parish tomorrow. If you do feel ready to receive the Eucharist, may it be an experience blessed, protected, and overflowing with overwhelming grace and joy.

seeking chivalry said...

Thank you! And I did! And it was pretty cool. More later when I can crawl through an actual blog post...

Mother Laura said...

Oh, I'm so glad. Look forward to the whole story when you get the energy. :-).