Today’s post falls into the category of free association. I hadn’t pre-planned it, which I ordinarily do, so here we go. Yesterday, late morning, I drove to Connecticut to spend Labor day weekend with my significant other. The drive usually takes one and a half hours, but took almost double that time. I then ran directly to my appointments at a new salon (tough life, I know), had dinner and a glass of wine (which almost put me to sleep) and saw the movie, The Miller’s. Cute, but not a real discussion starter.
This morning is a cloudy beginning to the holiday weekend, but it doesn’t faze me. We have plans to go out to dinner this evening with friends, we will be going to the US Open Saturday (very excited about that!), Sunday we are having dinner at a local farm cooperative, and Monday I will be driving home (hopefully not in the same amount of traffic I drove here in.)
I am still putting time and attention into how to proceed with my book, and I’m open to suggestions on the topic. It is the largest project I have presently, and I take its completion most seriously. I understand there is a time and space construct in which life (projects included) occurs, and sometimes that must be honored above the one I create. There is usually a reason for this that I am not privy to at a particular point in time. So, once again, I am taught the importance of patience as the process of life unfolds, offering me the forgiving allowance of additional time and breadth in which to field what unfurls. Living in uncertainty has its drawbacks and its privileges.
Enjoy your weekend and I will see you again Tuesday!