This seemed like too fitting of a theme to pass up. I have not been posting for the past few months because my life has been rearranged and changed. I live in 2 places now and commute long distance on a weekly basis.
A new job means rearranging some brain cells. But I’m still doing my old job as well, I just do them both at the same time. Clever time management, tricky scheduling and a lot of flexibility are required. I’m supervising resident life for teenagers, international students, 5 days a week. While they’re in classes I do my other work.
New roads to travel, a new place to live. New ideas, new people, new activities and a new place to do yoga.
Rearranging my presence from one state to another. Rearranging my mind from a solitary lifestyle to being highly involved with a lot of people. And then, of course, there is the rearrangement of personal space, clothing, and lifestyle accessories. Duplicate chargers, printers, hair dryers and coffee pots make the coming and going so much easier.
Growth and development require change; which basically means it’s necessary to mentally, emotionally and sometimes physically rearrange things. This was my choice. It’s a new adventure – and I’m enjoying this new arrangement.
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Change means you are still alive! Hooray for you.
Hope your Holler-Ring is spooktacular
Cheers and hope you’re snug and warm and smiling
Waiting for sunset on Christmas Eve is like standing toes-over-the-edge on a high diving board.
Every year we’d cruise casually by the window to keep an eye on the sun’s progress until it was officially evening.
Then the shout “Christmas Eve Gift!” would ring out.
You see, the traditions says that the first person to voice that phrase on Christmas Eve to another would be graced with good fortune and joy all the next year.
(And of course, whomever was first won. Everything was a contest…)
It’s more difficult to be first now with caller ID.
As all those who have become my friends in blogland are spread widely across time zones, I’d like to wish you all “Christmas Eve Gift” now.
And as I already feel so fortunate to have such wonderful readers and writers in this neighborhood, I wish to share any phrase acquired good fortune and joy with you in thanks.
No matter where you are or what you are guided by, hope you have a very merry Christmas and a new year full of adventure and joy.
Peace on earth and goodwill towards all creatures great and small.
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Thanks so much! And the same best wishes to you and yours. I sprained my ankle last night and the silver lining is that now I am forced to rest. Ready or not for the holidays, I am taking it easy as my Christmas Eve gift. Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year filled with peace and love.