What can you say right now with certainty?
That I’d misspell “certainty” 50% of the time were it not for spell-check.
It’s snowing outside. (well, here in the beautiful boonies of western NJ it is.)
I’m fortunate. Life is challenging and messy, and sometimes I wish I could press a button and make some things easier (for me and others), but barring that, I practice focusing on what I can do to be more mindful, present and kind.
Writing helps me do that.
Speaking of which: I currently have 5 boxes filled with old journals. They shall go unread by others and will burn-baby-burn like a disco inferno when I’m gone. (if those who are left do what i ask …)
Sometimes the things that I want require big stretches and growth that I don’t actually want to do. Sometimes I do them anyway. Sometimes I don’t. I wrestle with that.
I have lost too many people I love to cancer and too many people I love are still dealing with it. Cancer fucking sucks.
The generation that once said “Don’t trust anyone over 30″ is now over the age of 50…and then some.
My hair looks better the day after washing it. And even better than that the day I go to a salon to get it cut. (ok; that’s kinda shallow, but the question wasn’t: what profound things can you say right now with certainty, right?)
I can drink a cup of coffee at 9pm and still sleep soundly at 10pm. The upside of ADD.
My office is in a constant state of getting-organized. (see the aforementioned ADD reference…)
Working from home is a blessing and a challenge.
Related to that: I miss the community of my old job, but I don’t regret leaving it to pursue my biz/work.
That’s it for now.
If you’re playing along with #Reverb14, pop a link to your response to today’s prompt below (or if you don’t blog, feel free to drop your full response below). I’m doing a drawing at the end of the month for a free session with moi. The more times you chime in, the more times you’re entered to win. See you in the comments. :)