Time for reflection.
Yes I realize it’s not the end of the year for this, but it is almost the end of another month. That in itself is enough reason as any to reflect on things.
Well, let’s see. This past month I’ve successfully gotten back to the routine of getting the kids up and ready for school. And this time I’m not a zombie when I get up in the mornings. And for those of you who know me very well, I don’t do well with mornings. Especially when I am so comfy in bed, dreaming away.
Then I’ve been spending the last 3 weeks looking for my exercise book where I have my next book planned out, all 16 chapters. But to no avail, I’ve come up empty. Other then turning this house upside down and shaking the crap out of it, I’m going to need a miracle. I’m not a religious person, but I even asked Saint Anthony for help in locating it. Still nothing. So unless “he” or someone else finds it and throws it at me, I might have to end up thinking what I had written down, and start over again. *facepalm* This could be a while.
Then I’ve been helping a friend with his new business adventure. So this weekend, you will see what I’ve been up too. Well providing you are going to the sci-fi convention in Corner Brook this Saturday and Sunday. If you did go, I hope you enjoy the shirts.
I’ll have more things to write about later, but for now I’ll just leave you on this note: Take the time to really appreciate nature around you. Find a quiet place, free from noises from traffic and people, to find a place where you are truly alone. Sit down and take in all the sights and sounds around you. Letting go of all the worries you put on yourselves on a daily basis and live in this one peaceful moment. I bet when you do, you will be a totally different person when leaving, then you were when you arrived.
Until next time,