Never Too Late
In recent months I have discovered that things I thought I would never do I fully intend to do. It has taken years to come to the current realizations. It has not always been clear why things were happening but right now the reasons could not be clearer. Indulge me for a few minutes and you will see what I am talking about. The journey has been a strange one but I have figured a few things out along the way.
2019 is bringing more changes that we've had in a long time. The result is nostalgia, and I'm searching through old posts to decide what to keep and what to remove from the world's view entirely. The two of use are settling into a routine that is rather easy to enjoy since we're the only ones we answer to.
Lessons Of Assumptions and Beliefs
Recently I went over a few lessons from the last twenty years. Today I have decided to exam a few of them. I have trouble focusing so having the lessons to look back on is a good way to focus my energy right now. Let's begin.......
Saturday Evening Post
The weather has been somewhat temperamental lately, so it's hard to say if we're going to enjoy the evening free from a cold front or heat. We should sit back and discuss what's has been going on in our world lately. Grab a seat and let's chat.
Saturday Evening Post
The last year I managed to meet my biggest goal, one that was long overdue and obsessively planned. I moved home from Arkansas and left the stupidity surrounding me behind. Now I am focusing on the next set of goals, and finding that I no longer know where anything is in relation to the objective that I am searching to achieve. Things change in four years but not that much.
There are still animals in my orbit, or rather animals have returned to my orbit since they aren't ours. We get visits from the cat that lives downstairs, who promptly makes himself at home each and every time. Theresa worries about how well he is cared for while he is in our new home visiting.
There were a lot of goals set during the last year and looking back the largest of them was achieved; now it's time to move onto the next set of goals and reevaluation of the ones that weren't achieved to determine if they are worth continuing toward or if they require altering. Planning for them was obsessive, and now there are more things that have to be done which require reevaluating the goals and priorities set.
Slowly but Surely
Everything will come together with a little patience. We just have to focus on what we want and prioritize what we need in order to make that happen. So what are we going to do?
That of course depends on the situation that we find ourselves in at any given time. It could be learning a new routine, cleaning house, or simply getting ready for school in the mornings. We face unique challenges and we are stronger for it in the end.
Let's figure this out together.