Payne Bluffs

I had no idea how long we’d be gone today – so I packed a lunch, tossed the puppies into the car and felt generally prepared for anything.

As it turns out, the trail that took us almost two hours to navigate on snowshoes, took an hour today – and I really wasn’t going all that fast. Still – it was a fine single-track trail facing south (sun!!!) and so it was a beautiful uphill hike. From the top, I continued over the bridge at the bluffs until the trail started going down. I decided that if I was going to continue in that direction it had better be without dogs – it looked a bit precipitous – um – a lot precipitous?

And so we turned around. I could have stayed longer by walking on to Sandon and back – but really – why would I walk on a road?

And so we headed back, which means I had lunch at home and a nap – sort of – until the phone rang.

I paid my Visa bill today and am nursing anxieties again. The “saving money” I have been setting aside every month is going and today I even went past that. Damn. I am pondering ways to correct this. Not sure how yet, but I know I’ll figure it out.

Meanwhile, and far more importantly, I’m looking at what I want to attract in my life. I understand this whole Law of Attraction business but sometimes its implementation is tricky. I’ll bet I’m not the only one who has the odd bit of trouble with it.

I attract to me that which I am – not what I do unless doing stems from being. And it’s not goal setting.

Who I am leads to my day-to-day actions and those actions give me what I have. And here’s the odd thing that I can’t quite figure out yet. I know I am a writer. I don’t write enough at the moment. Why am I not writing day in and day out? Why do I feel so restless these days it borders on anger?

Truth – I am passionate about being outside moving my body – therefore I hike. What do I have in my life? Tons of hiking. Oh great – now there’s a super way to achieve financial security. Isn’t it wonderful? – at this ripe old age, still trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up.

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