Conundrum

I’m sitting on a screened-in porch. I love screened-in porches. Whenever I have my own home, I want one.

Sitting here on this porch, I think I just accepted something that I don’t really want to accept. I think and think and think about some subjects, mulling over a decision or a problem or a conundrum.

I’ve been thinking about his particular conundrum for about a year. And sometimes, my head and my heart actually join together and decide: “You’ve thought enough. You’re done. This is how it’s going to be.  Accept it. Embrace it. Obsess over something else.”

Apparently sometimes is now.

I reserve the right to unaccept it later.

Author: lakesidegirl

I work in the Children's Department of a Regional Library in the Midwest. I am a Bilingual Children's Library Associate. I lived in Mexico to learn Spanish in 2013/2014. I was an assistant teacher of preschoolers with special needs. I care about a lot of things. I am often called too confident. I love. I learn. I teach. I read. I write. I knit. I travel.

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