Month: March 2013
I just wrote a whole post, published it and ‘poof’ no where to be found. And I hate re-writing something that I’ve written, but am feeling motivated to post again luckily. It’s been one of those days, basically.
So, month two of insanity is still kicking my arse. I waxs walking up stairs today and my hammies and butt were killing me – but most pain is my chest. Never have I done so many push ups. I love the sore feeling though, so embrace this. Insanity is definitely the most engaging program I’ve ever done, but also the only one I’ve stuck to. I really can’t recommend it enough, it’ll be tough, but if you commit you’ll feel wild when you do it. I love sharing things I love, so have told all my friends to get into this!
I have made working out one of my priorities, just…
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I sit to write not sure what to think or say
Was today just another like the previous yesterday?
I contemplate words of wisdom or another recipe
I debate spiritual or parenting repartee
Still not too sure about what to say or do
I think I will write a poem or two.
Thank you for following my lonely little web space
I enjoy writing to others of this little human race.
My ideas are sometimes grandiose, sometimes minuscule
But they are mine and I lord over them, I rule.
I appreciate your kind comments and witty criticisms
Even if I might get thrown into fits and paroxysms.
I love to follow and read the thoughts of others
They are the wonderfully gifts of my sisters and brothers
I am fairly sure it is about time
To end this set of pathetic attempt to rhyme.
I bid you adieu, farewell, auf Wiedersehen
(You didn’t really think I was going to rhyme auf Wiedersehen? That would be insane.)
I spent some time with a beautiful friend today. She tells me that she is beginning to move her world faster than she has been able to in the past. She says that she decided to begin eliminating things that she does not need in her life. ‘Things’ meaning distractions and obstacles that get in the way of her connection with her spirit and God. Going out with friends and drinking, processed foods (the majority of them anyway), and emotions that hold her back (I put this one in because she did not overtly state it, but this is what a large part of the conversation involved). This ‘spring cleaning’ of one’s lie is something we all need to do with regularity. It seems that we often allow things to accumulate in our lives that, although help us feel secure, nevertheless get in the way and prevent us from moving forward in life. Forward toward our goal of connecting with spirit, with God. Clearing out these ‘anchors’ frees up a lot of our energy to flow better into the present activities and allows clarity and connection with the present and hence, to God. My friend says she has noticed faster changes in her life and improvements toward her goals since she started clearing the clutter. Most of all, she found that after she cleared the clutter, the space was filled immediately with more meaningful events that were in direct alignment with her priorities in life. I am profoundly happy with her decision and her results. Connecting with life and living in the moment has proven greatly enlightening for her. I take this to heart as I have done the very same thing in several areas of my own life (which I have blogged about a few times). Bring your spirit in to now. Enact change at the speed of life. Is that not what it is all about?