Outside my window... the sun is shining and it is one of those cool fall days where I love to take walks and feel my feet crunch upon all the leaves. Fall is such a special season.
I am thinking that I have way too many irons in the fire as they say and something is going to have to be let go. In November I will be blogging less or maybe have shorter posts.
I am thankful for all the opportunities in my life and all the wonderful people I have met this year.
In the kitchen Dave is making a butternut squash pie, the smell of it permeates the house.
I am wearing my black crocs and flannel pj's, my comfort clothes.
I am creating a new life with the coaching course I am taking. The lessons learned are so profound that it amazes me. I am so grateful to be able to pass this wisdom on to others.
I am going to continue to look for fun things to use to manipulate wax. The Hot Wax course I am taking is really fantastic. I have so much to learn.
I am wondering how some women manage to do it all. I am constantly having to revise my plans and let go of things.
I am reading : The view from the Summerhouse by Barabara Whitnell. Its set in Cornwall, a place I would like to go to someday. Its all about returning to a piece of your past and reconnecting with it.
I am looking forward to the start of Nanowrimo on November 1st. It will be fun to tell my Grandparents story.
I am hearing the sound of birds outside my window, most of them have left for greener pastures. I still have the house finches and black eyed juncos and occasional chickadees that hang out at my bird feeder.
Around the house everything has been dusted and cleaned. During November I don't clean very much. All the focus is on the writing.
I am pondering those little things in life that make it all worthwhile. Sit down and have a cup of tea with me and we'll talk.
One of my favorite things to do is have a hot bath with Celtic Sea Salts. I had one last night and the memory of it brings a smile to my face.
A few plans for the rest of the week: I'll have my first 2 calls where I am the coach this week. I am incredibly nervous about it but know that it will be okay. I'll do some further prep for Nanowrimo and watch the videos for the Hot Wax class. Then there are the regular activities, laughter yoga on Tuesday, meditation group on Wed and book group on Thursday. We are reading Kitchen Table Wisdom which is an amazing book.
Here is picture for thought I am sharing... This was the sky outside my house a few days ago.
I find mother nature often gives us a spectacular show.
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