The first really autumnal Sunday.
I’m working on a new set of lectures but I am having troubles concentrating.
Graham is out mending fences, maybe I’ll take a sledgehammer, go out and join him. I love being in the Chilterns now, the hills are starting to change colours and beautiful shades of yellow and red are beginning to appear. It’s been too warm to have a fire, but I’m looking forward to cosy autumn evenings in front of the fireplace with a book and a box of chocolates.
And hopefully two marriages alive and well.
At times like these, I do understand why islamic rules are what they are. It would have been awfully convenient to be able to lock my first husband up in our home, forbid him to leave the house, order him to look happy and spend his time catering to my needs, knowing he could never divorce me or disobey me. I could threaten to beat him or marry a third husband if he ever disobeyed me or failed in making me happy and satisfied. 😉 Yeah, I can understand why men created religion that way.
Well well. In a few days, I’ll know more about my future. Right now, I’ll just put the computer away and take the dogs with me to join my second husband in the meadows.