It’s a working day – therefore a short post.
We woke up to snow and it has only just begun to clear. It’s been a day of huddling indoors and writing – for both of us. In a day or two I will be finished my manuscript – that’s how intense the day has been.
I have no idea if it has any merit. Other eyes are going to have to look at it – Simon’s first. Then we shall see.
Tomorrow we are hiking.
I have done only one thing other than write (and take the puppies on the back four twice) and that’s examine my life. I have worked on creating a solid, concrete vision for the next year (thanks to Simon’s lovely gift of my little notebook) – and I have been working on me. I am determined to take all the lessons I have learned in my life and applying them. Right. Now.
It’s time for me to get moving – to step ahead – to tackle the present and the future and to create something beautiful, important and worthwhile.
The examining part has been fruitful. It’s often all too easy to slip into a downward spiral. Harder work sometimes to pull yourself up and be a better person.
I didn’t put in all this work for nothing.
I have been uncomfortable. That means I have stepped out of my comfort zone. The only benefit of a comfort zone is that it makes you feel comfortable. Being UNcomfortable means that I am growing. That’s good.
Feeling fierce -which is also good.
More work to be done, but it’s a start.