That doesn't happen often for me. Sitting still. Relaxing in one place. Not feeling obligated to rush around and accomplish.
Not being plugged in. Checking things. Making connections. Tweeting. Responding. Posting. Thinking about what to say, how to make it interesting, hoping people will plug in and answer.
Instead I was completely in the moment (most of the moments anyway).
At this moment, aside from blogging, I've already got a cake in the oven, have to pack 3 people to get out to Fire Island this morning, need to make trips to the bagel store, supermarket, and coffee shop, still have to take a shower, straighten up, unload the dishwasher from the load that's now running and fold laundry from last night. This is my typical state of being. But, I'm thinking the former is far better for me.
We're visiting friends who've banned electronic devices from the house. I'll still have my phone but I'll be far less connected/distracted than usual.
Usually that would send me into a frenzy. Today? I'm looking forward to the emptiness.