Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Meditating; walking and coming across unexpected animals: Yesterday it was a baby jack rabbit; we got plenty of bunnies (they stayed small) and I saw mature jacks sometimes, but here we don't see them so often.
We were near our old digs and the baby didn't see us, came running straight toward us as though he was going to jump up on us for a treat and a snuggle, so I told my husband, in a whisper, "Don't move or say anything," and we got to enjoy him veer passed us as though
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey I'm agitated. So much so that instead of doing my Dharma routine I am on here.
Pickles isn't well, and I know she could die today or soon. The baby rats I'll be getting in a couple weeks--I have to choose one of the two females left, don't have their eyes open yet so I have to wait for that distraction.
We've got cat fleas from the person who lived here before me; I have welts on my feet and legs. The cat spent most, perhaps all its time in the Yoga Room where I meditated;
Updated 04-18-2017 at 09:11 AM by BranchMonkey (typo correction)
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Originally Posted by MissAl Bouncing off the mall thread, what do INFPs think of food shopping?
I actually enjoy it, as long as it doesn't feel like too much of a chore. Just generally, it's fun for me to pick things out. I find all the colors and logos fairly stimulating, and I like finding new things, even that I'm not personally interested in. Finding good fresh food is especially nice, as it gets me excited to cook and eat healthy.
I also kinda don't mind the social aspect. (Given I don't
Updated 04-07-2017 at 11:49 AM by BranchMonkey (typo correction)
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey No to consumed by money--a fear of "mammon" instilled in me as a child, or temperamentally not my thing.
I wanted to answer an earlier one about a dangerous situation. I've been in many but the worst was coming face to face, and defending my son, against an actual sociopath who stalked his girlfriend, sat through her shift at work--the entire shift, to make sure she didn't cheat. He threatened to kill
Updated 04-05-2017 at 06:46 PM by BranchMonkey (Additions for clarity.)
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Gets redundant to read but somethings I am grateful for, every day:
1) Meditating just 30 minutes a day is helping me so much that things which used to irritate to actually piss me off don't phase me--no matter how messy, unexpected, et cetera.
2) I'm old enough now to know how much I didn't need to know, and still young enough to stop stuffing my head full of useless information.
3) My husband is easy to please when it comes to me: He likes me--and it