Friday, November 5

Every cloud…

image One of the few benefits of being home from work sick is that there is little to do but rest and read blogs (and Kindles).  And eventually, when feeling up to it, write a long overdue blog post.

So here it is.  In my last post I mentioned ‘change’.  You may be wondering if there has been any change, and if so, what was the nature of that change. You’ll be thinking it obviously wasn’t a change to the regularity of my posts that’s for sure.

Well, there has been some change but so far it’s been pretty subtle.  I feel like I’m starting to settle into myself a bit.  I’m not feeling so angsty and a lot of the questions I’ve been asking over the past couple of years I’m finally managing to answer.  I’ve always known that I had the answers, but for a while now I’ve had a lot of trouble accessing that inner wisdom.  More on all that another time.

Other changes have been obvious, we’ve actually managed to find some time to move forward with some of the home renovations and painting etc.  That’s been good and I’ve been gratified at how much something as simple as a coat of paint can change the energy in a place.  I have a few furniture projects I’m working on and we have new flooring going down, hopefully before Christmas.  There will be photos.

I’m doing some things for myself which is nice including a couple of online courses, one is a Soulcollage® course through ‘Daily Om ‘.   I’ve only just started so haven’t created anything yet, but I’ll post a picture when I do.

So I feel as if I’m gradually  moving into a much saner headspace than I‘ve been in for a while.  I hope it continues.

7 comments:

Z said...

I hope so too. I have often found that there's no point in pushing to get things done too soon as it's frustrating and doesn't work. It's getting the instinct to push at the right time that's the tricky bit.

Dave said...

Huzzah!

laoi gaul~williams /I\ said...

when i saw your comment on my blog i hoped...and yes here you are~yaayyyyyyy!!!
we are hoping to have some decorating and a floor down by yule too ;)

so good to see you back *hug*

Dave said...

Oooh, you don't need a brick wall building do you? I could pop over while the Ashes are on...

Caitlin said...

You're right Z, I'm also learning to be a bit easier on myself and perhaps something really radical like 'do one thing at a time'.

I do have dreams of a nice wall here Dave, feel free to commence building/watching the Ashes whenever you're ready.

Thanks Laoi, I loved that post on your blog :-)

Dave said...

Send me a ticket, I'll be over straight away.

Caitlin said...

Ah...there might be a slight problem with that Dave.