The acorns have been dropping for well over a month.
Tink! Clang! Thud! Bing! Donk!
They rain down on the tile roof and the wood deck, making all kinds of racket. When you’re in the house and the wind picks up, it’s like a mighty hail storm’s going on out there, complete with gargantuan chunks of ice. (Only they’re not wet or cold.)
I’m spending a lot of time at our little home-away-from-home, and I’m getting used to all the noise. Of course when we bought the place I didn’t know about acorn season.
So I’ve been through a period of adjustment.
But then, so have the acorns. And the oak trees. And the falling leaves.
Mostly, I think life is one continual period of adjustment.
Small adjustments, going on all the time.
A little bit more or less of that. A small turn here. A tightening there. A few steps up or down.
Periods of adjustment.
For me and you. For all of us.
I’m so glad we’re in this together!
* * * * *
Comments are closed since I’m madly studying for exams (although blogging continues). I’m on social media hiatus too but love hearing from you by email: pattybechtold (at) gmail (dot) com. You can also sign up for my Inner Circle Newsletter right here and get monthly-ish inspiration delivered straight to your inbox.