- charlie linnell
weekly words week 28 - summer camp and cookies
hello again! it’s strange how quickly time has passed, we’re already at the 10th post of weekly words. following post is a few highlights from week 28.
what have you been up to this week?
this week was the very last working week before summer. i worked monday and tuesday, checked off activities, wrapped things up and left clear reminder notes on tasks i’ll pick up after vacation for my future self’s pleasure. :)
when work was finished, i celebrated vacation time with some deep fried artichoke, my favorite food.
this week was filled with a lot of cookie eating, chewy caramel cuts and dreams (dreams are cookies with a delicate vanilla scent).
the week was also packed with nature walks and jogging. i started an extreme minimalist challenge to try out the packing party activity. i read a lot of books. i went on my first summer camp. and did some archery.
how is the creativity process going?
i write a lot these days, it’s another way of creating for me. and i’ve started slowly writing songs. if any idea pops up i try to quickly catch it before it disappears.
what are you listening to?
i listen to Tenno’s Spirit of Life. i really enjoy japanese style lofi music. it’s soothing and also pretty epic to listen to.
what are you watching?
i found an anime called ”Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits” and i must say at first i had low expectations of it because of the synopsis, but it’s indeed a nice anime, quite funny and special but the story has a depth, the art is beautiful and there is a strong female character.
”After losing her grandfather, Aoi—a girl who can see spirits known as ayakashi—is suddenly approached by an ogre. Demanding she pay her grandfather’s debt, he makes a huge request: her hand in marriage! Refusing this absurd offer, Aoi decides to work at the Tenjin-ya bed and breakfast for the ayakashi to pay back what her family owes.”
what are you reading?
i read ”the building blocks of meditation” by Nick Keomahavong.
and also the manga ”ouran high school host club”, 11th volume.
what have you been buying or decluttering?
i bought some archery equipment, i realized i needed to reduce my bow’s strength and i shoot a lot better now.
how are your 5 habits?
what are you grateful for?
i’m grateful for vacation right now. and being in nature.
what are you letting go off?
the tasks that patiently wait for me until i’m back at work. :)
what are your highlights?
summer camp and cookies