Work in Progress


It felt like spring has sprung. The air seemed warm, the birds were singing, people looked happier, the daffodils stood proud (although they stood there already, because nature is a bit off lately) and Kuzco had a lot of furry friends to play with in the park. Today was a pleasant day. So it felt only logical to take my yoga mat, and some other stuff I use, to the attic again. Our roof is only wood and roof tiles, no isolation what so ever, so when the temperature is below 0 degrees Celsius outside, the attic will be too. Not today. I wanted to row today. Kuzco joined me, so I gave 1 of my 1001 pillows for him to lay upon. To fall softer during a seizure when I row, there are many many pillows around the rowing machine. I got a seizure, but my face hit the ground, right at the pillowless spot.  When I came to, I was shocked. My face was stuck to the ground. For a second I thought I had an ice burn. That the floor was still as frozen as a couple of days before. It can happen you know!! Just like when you stick your tongue on the drawer of the freezer, for instance. I pulled my face off the ground, and touched it carefully with my hand. It was still sticky. Then I really laughed out loud. It was spray glue, and I couldn’t even remember the last time I had used it. O my gosh, that’s the time I haven’t cleaned the attic. Oi. So it seemed fitting for this lovely spring-like day, to keep a spring-cleaning. Now even the attic smells like flowers!




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Joyce Kleine – Work in Progress