I went to work today - and work went well. I worked fast
and efficiently - got a lot done. Left on a high note.
I came home and changed and made a meal. Then went for a walk
to the coffee shop - took some pictures along the way. Stopped by
the Ralphs (market) and bank on the way walking back.
I felt the focus and the inspiration to go for that walk again, as I did yesterday,
not just to get some exercise but to be around people. I wanted to do that - and
it was a fruitful thing to do.
Now that I came back home, I am finding it harder and harder to find things to keep
doing. What I mean by that is that, I don't want to watch tv. It's boring and it's passive -
not really 'about' what I want to do. What is it that I want to do?? I find myself in one
of these super indicisive states - and my mind is kind of torturing me a bit with invasive,
Does this happen to anyone else??
It's not a new phenomenon for me - but in the spirit of trying to grow and be more effective
about life - it has me struggling kind of - but not too badly - after a swift and good morning.
I think perhaps it's part of the "whole pizza pie" of what it means to be me.
I'd like to offer more to the world than just hanging low after work.
Anyways, it's possibly something to overcome.
It's going to be frigged cold here.... About 17.... We're getting an arctic cold ...brrrr.... I imagine with the wind it'll be more like -26I can hardly wait for SpringSo I'll probably just bunker down in the houseHow're people feeling and are you up to anything special??..... Big hugs.....xo
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