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5 Aug

INSPIRATIONS, GRATITUDE, SURPRISES

WEEK 4

This week has been an interesting one for me. It has been filled with lovely surprises and happy moments. But, through it all, I have been managing an undercurrent of worry and anxiety. It could be because there are so many changes on the horizon and a part of me feels a tad unsettled. How do I know I am feeling unsettled you may ask? Well, I find myself trying to answer questions that don’t have answers and projecting things that havent happened yet. Funny thing is I tend to  feel this undercurrent more when things are going well. There must be a little part of me that thinks it’s all too good to be true or that the rug is about to get pulled out from underneath me.

  So for the sake of being honest I wanted to share that. Also, I find that the moment I acknowledge my worries and anxieties they tend to feel less scary and in turn they disappear. Also, what better place to be totally honest than with strangers on the world-wide web?

-What inspired me this week?-

The word honesty

Dreaming big

-What am I grateful for this week?-

Last weekend because it was a perfect balance between lazy and fun.

Saturday we had lunch my family then we hit the market for dinner ingredients…I decided it was time to tackle my first dinner. I put on my favorite French music station and totally zoned out while chopping and cooking. I actually loved it! Happy to report my teriyaki chicken dish was a success!

Sunday I spent the day writing and then we had an early dinner at a Spanish tapas place that was delicious. Over dinner we fantasized about future trips to France and Spain. It was like being transported to Europe. Then we saw “Crazy, Stupid, Love” which was hysterical! Such a perfect Sunday.

Lastly, my girlfriends because they are such a creative, smart and lovely bunch that I am BEYOND lucky to have in my corner.

-What surprised me this week?-

A great meeting one of my favorite sites.

A sweet card from Ali

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“We either make ourselves happy or miserable. The amount of work is the same.”

Carlos Castaneda

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