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Sunday, November 11, 2012

too much to do....and post about....

So I missed Saturday....Hopefully my two posts today that includes picking up a draft started yesterday will make up for it and keep me in the "blogging everyday" camp!

Some days I feel like there is nothing to post and then weekends like this one- filled with so much to contemplate, share,  extrovert type about slow me down.....analysis paralysis?? Overwhelmed?? And not overwhelmed in a bad or unhealthy way- just the thought that "there is just too much to do and not enough hours in the day" kind of feeling.  I know I'm not alone here and I know many- I bet most of you get it.

So what do you do when you feel like this- the- which way do I  go feeling.  One big thing that helps me is to talk about it with Joe.  Often this is early am or late at night when we've turned out the light or are just waking up.  He gives me a bit of input and often my extroversion helps me determine the next step but his big hug gets me on my way.  Today was no exception and the answer came to me from past Yoga lessons about being in the moment. Today was about work and opportunity to connect with folks helping The Works tell its story in commercial form.  I'm grateful for all the help that was there. I'm grateful for conversations and shared thoughts and input.  I'm grateful for the collaboration with local talent too!  I'm glad I didn't fret about the mistakes and errors of yesterday, the challenges of Monday and 2013.   The energy was in today and it was a lovely place to be on and off Newark-Granville Road.

And I would be remiss not to realize so many veterans that also had/have other things to do- but they lay down their life, leave their family and country and serve and protect and give me the freedom to have too many choices and things to worry about.  Thank you to all our military men and women, thank you. I'm very grateful on Newark-Granville Road thanks to your service.

1 comment:

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

I am thinking of the veterans today youngest brother served in the Air Force. Ken and I also went to the Sun Bear Studios open house and it was full of inspirations and music and many art demonstrations. I did not post yesterday either...i spent the days in the warm sunshine and gathered more design elements for Christmas projects. Take care and breathe deeply dear friend... you are on a journey. Peace, Mary helen Fernandez stewart