April is coming to a close. I have just a few more classes of the semester and then I am facing the summer — with lots of projects and tasks I should complete. Yet, in light of the events that have happened this past month, I’m finding it hard to get excited about the months ahead. It’s funny — but everyone thinks that if you are a writer, then of course, writing about your grief helps you find some relief and closure. But I’ve always had trouble writing about personal loss — at least right away.
So for now, I’m wrapping up the semester, and I do have a “To Do” list that NEEDS to get done, no matter what. I also have a lawn that needs to be mowed (yes, the neighbors with their rumbling lawnmowers make me feel guilty). I have boxes of book left over from spring cleaning that need to be donated. I have laundry. I have dusty window blinds. I have dishes in the sink. I have one last lesson that needs work.
The business of living must continue.