This has been a very interesting last two weeks. The beginning of the new year is always a tumultuous time for me. It's like facing a blank page with a new box of crayons. I know I will do something.......but I'm not sure which direction to take. New beginnings whether real or imagined are stressful. Stress can come from both positive and negative influences as we all know.
I made a decision to take the word MELD as my word for this year. I had no idea that so many necessary parts of my life would need attending to and need the melting and welding process that I have taken as my mantra. Every day I say to myself....one step at a time and by the time I fall into bed at night I wonder how it is that I have faced, completed, or been challenged by so many, many things. It is as if I've gone to a batting cage and the balls are just flying at me at a bazillion miles an hour.
Ya think if I had chosen disjointed or namby pamby as my word that I'd still be seated on my rotund rear doing my same old, same old? Nah me either. I am doing what needs to be done, when it needs to be done. But lovelies, I am already at a full speed run. (I don't run by the way, my old knees won't let me but you get my point).
The physicality of the days is amped up by the emotionality of where I am right now and where my darlings are in our dealings with the real world with the abuse issue. I am Sancho to my daughter's Don Quixote, but the windmills are beginning to take form.
I wish I could go into more details with all of you so that you could have a better understanding of what is happening right now, but alas since I am being stalked on all my blogs, it is not safe to go into details.
And so, I am looking forward to celebrating the Quiet Moon....the first full moon of the year and taking advantage of resting in the fullness of her glow. And I am asking any of you who feel like you could give my grands some prayers, some energy, some healing, some protection, they need your assistance, as do I. Email me and I will give you particulars if you are able to help.