I had the most wonderful, serendipitous day. My usual yoga class had a different teacher, I arrived 5 minutes late (because I was involved in phone call returns) and still the class had not begun. I felt a strange mix of stress and liberation at not arriving on time.
Upon returning home, I was rushing to handle chores and get to my 1 o’clock lunch appointment with one of my mom’s closest friends. I adore her, and haven’t seen her in far too long. She made a delicious lunch (she always does) and we had a comfortable and stimulating afternoon. She is sweet and wise and our conversations range from religion to politics to relationships to philosophy. In between our visits, I forget how much I miss her.
When I returned home (again), minutes ago, I found out that an excel class I thought was tomorrow evening, is tonight. I am racing to write this post, feed my cat and myself, and get to the class on time.
Life feels like a fast roller coaster ride today. Riding this wave (not resisting) I travel until I arrive safely, once again, on the shoreline.