First, thanks Gal for leaving me nice comments. Â It makes me feel loved. Â (The rest of youse? Make me feel like I’m screaming into the abyss. Â Maybe I am. Â And not even screaming so much as just whining into the abyss. Â Maybe that should be the new tag line of Snarkypants!)
Second, I am so excited to have three days off this coming week! (Does a happy dance despite Duty being around for one of them – he’ll make me feel guilty for not cleaning or something.) Â Plus the three day weekend so that’s SIX (count ’em) days off. Â Surely I can get things done then! (Or not.)
Third, I just finished a really interesting course by Tom Jacobs on lessons your family members provide. Â He’s an evolutionary astrologer, medium and channel and it was really eye-opening. Â I accept the premise that souls make contracts prior to incarnation to learn certain things and this course was about understanding those lessons on a bigger scale. Â I found Tom through an iTunes podcast and loved working with him. Â In fact, I am taking the next course called “Soul Healing – Forgiveness & Giving and taking back energy” because the healing and insight from the last course so profound. Â You know me. Â I go where I am guided and then take action. Â (Most days.)
Fourth, I love my new iPad more than life itself. Â Believe me now and hear me later: it was damn near a mystical experience for me when I got it booted up and saw all the pretty colors and apps. Â I geek out about stuff like that (and the woo, of course) so this was thrilling for me. Duty didn’t give one shit about it. Â I’m really beginning to believe he’s living a monk’s life this go-round. Â He’s all about only the necessities most days. Â With the exception of a really cool sports car, he’s totally utilitarian in his approach to life. Â No frills, no muss. Â Life on a “need to know” basis. Â That’s an interesting way to live (said she who is really not that way at all.)
So, that’s the haps here. Â Right now I’m feeling not quite in my skin. Â And not even out of it so much. Â Just hovering somewhere between the two. Â It feels almost like how you downshift a car in order to shift into a higher gear. Â Just sort of Â …. waiting.
“The waiting is the hardest part / every day you see one more card / you take it on faith / you take it to the heart / the waiting is the hardest part” – Tom Petty