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...Is it 11:00 p.m. already?

Updated on June 10, 2011

...and so it is...

I am amazed at the speed at which a day can go by with just one appointment thrown in. One of my boys has been having some stomach issues and we had to travel out of town to see his doctor this morning. He is alright, but all these things involving hospitals and doctors are starting to really take a toll on our lives, as they should.

I am so grateful for all those who have been and continue to sending healing light, energy and prayers to the family I had mentioned in the last post. I haven't heard anything further and I am hoping that what needs to be done is done quickly and effectively. Again, anything and everything you send is incredibly appreciated and we are thankful!

...and so it was...

It was a busy day, and I did get my daily writing done after the morning running around was over. Got some sun while I did it, and it made me extremely happy. Don't know what I would do if I couldn't write. Thursdays are usually grocery day also, so I had that to throw in before work. I had actually tried to write from my desktop earlier but the room was so hot and sticky that I gave up when my forearms stuck to the desk. Time for the air conditioners to go in!

I feel the void of not being able to practice meditation and brace myself for the day as I have been changing over into doing. I feel it all day, and I know that I have been telling myself for years that I am "not a morning person" which was to mean, "Don't talk to me before 9 am, preferably 10..." I have been trying really hard to make the change over. I have tried to curb my 2 am stints of insomniac behaviour. I feel like I am making progress. I feel tired now, too, and know that if I have at least 6 hours of sleep, all is well...

...and so it shall be...

Another day is now over. Work was okay, people were okay. I am grateful for my job. I am grateful that my boys are all here, safe and sound. I am grateful for friends that show they really care and grateful for those people out there who are willing to extend themselves selflessly when its asked of them. I am grateful to BE. I am off to read and sleep...and will be back will a blog in the morning.

Thank you for reading this somewhat boring post. I wanted to let you know that I am grateful for your attention and interest, and that I am thankful for all the wonderful people out here :)

Sleep well my friends!

Until the morrow...


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