So, hey – in case you didn’t know – I got a cat! LOL! Her name is Shiro (pronounced sure-oh – say it quick!) and she’s the most adorable, smartest little badass and I LOVE HER SO MUCH! It’s been a very long time since I’ve been without a pet and as corny as I know it sounds – she’s made our lives so much better.
I’m still trying to gain my footing with working for myself and from home. I’ve never been really good at time management but it’s so vital to my well-being that I know that I have to focus on it or I’m doomed.
The last 6 or 8 months have been winding to say the least. On a personal and a professional level it’s just been kind of taxing and part of me has withdrawn in order to keep my sanity. I’m definitely someone who downplays, especially in times of stress and it’s not that I don’t feel that I can go to my friends or family (I can! I LOVE YOU!) but I always turn inward and internalize. Healthy? No. Who I am? 100%.
Still though, I feel the fog is lifting – some of it is just the change of the weather and some of it is the simple passage of time and resolution of things. There are so many good things bubbling beneath the service and I want to make room and invite them in to hang out with me.
I’m hoping that with this ebbing fog, I’ll be able to string together more words, pick up my camera more often and just lean into all the goodness and light – a spring renewal, if you will.
Hope all of you who are reading (all 7 of you :p) are happy and well.
I woke up this morning and made a mental to-do list. A quick trip to Target, maybe lunch and then back home to do some work for my photography business but life had other plans. I was done at Target ($20 y’all!) and headed home my car just died. I could feel the power gradually going and I was able to make it so I wasn’t fully blocking traffic but God sent me an angel who PUSHED MY CAR out of the road and even tried to jump it, to no avail, for me. I called my insurance to get roadside assistance and I waited for about an hour until the tow truck showed up – thankfully my phone was fully charged.
So, here I sit – $700 poorer but thankful that we had $700 to fix it. I may have had a small (major) meltdown earlier about it. But I’m fine. Have I ever talked about how one of the things I do when I’m stressed is to rearrange furniture? Often without a plan as to where things are going to go. Yeah. So – I rearranged my bedroom and ate things that are not good for you and I feel better.
I hope you had a good day :)