Well, as promised, but perhaps not as quickly as I had planned, it’s time to sit down and have a little catch up time . . . grab a cup of tea or java and let’s chat. As I eluded to in my last post, there has been a lot going on . . . […]
Overall, these are good things. I am so fortunate to have a husband who is also my partner. He helps me to see what is important and what I can simply “let go.” There is a part of me waiting for the other shoe to drop . . . realizing that aging parents eventually leads to life changes that you have no “say so” on. Sometimes, if I allow myself, I can get a bit overwhelmed . . . I think of growing not one, but now two businesses, fixing up this old run down farmhouse and trying to still be the wife, mother, daughter and friend I want to be. But I am learning to live in the moment. To enjoy the now. To do what I can, but not panic about what I can’t. I have always wanted everything done “yesterday.” Patience has always been a struggle for me. But I am learning that patience is not just a virtue people talk about abstractly . . . it is a learned art. I still need a lot of practice learning this art, but I am seeing that letting go is freeing and learning to wait can be a time of peace and quiet.
May your life be always “Blessified.”