merry meet & bright blessings )o(
i thank those who have offered their thoughts on my dilemma regarding my degree~my heart is telling me to go with my first and biggest love, that being history~especially as it could one day open up the field of archaeology to me, which is something i have wanted to do since i was very young~the extreme shyness of youth stopped me taking a place at Winchester university to do this, many years ago.
If i cannot change this years course i know i can move forward next year, so i am feeling quite peaceful about it now and look forward to my start date~whatever course it is.
i have spent some time today putting together some of the music i love to share with you~inspired by my visit to Foxgloves in the Breeze, thank you!
The Lighthouse's Tale is by far the saddest song i have ever heard, but is so beautiful.
i find i am feeling somewhat more settled today, with the waning moon i find some of my edginess~that's not the right word but for now i cannot think of a better one~ is also on the wane and the thought of nearly two weeks living in Pippin is settling me.
camping somewhat dampens my urge to give up living in a square box and have freedom to wander.i love living out of a bag and on extended camping trips i find that the lack of a bathroom and washing machine does not worry me, i have found that my old enamel bowl washes both me and clothes adequately and i can set up a decent washing line with garden string if i open up the back hatch! even when its raining i love it,listening to my wind up radio, usually tuned to either radio 2 or 4 or just listening to the rain.
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