It’s Monday, April 4th and yes,it’s snowing out there- just enough to slow down the start of the day- snow day for schools more north. Yesterday not only was there snow to start the day but serious winds and cold. I stayed in my pjs for hours- enjoying a Sunday. Yes, you heard right, enjoying a Sunday in pjs, working virtually on our online presence, shaping Tell It Digital for our audience of potential customers. No mourning tsunamis, no meltdowns, no fear of life solo. I even paused for a Netflixs screening of the latest version of Jane Eyre. Hmmm… It was okay, but it didn’t hold my attention and found myself yearning for the black and white Orson Wells version.
In the shower this morning I was thinking about why March was so good and why April even with snow, feels like it’s going to be a good month as well. You know, as much as it was a challenge to balance our life together with my work and friends, it’s a good thing that we worked at that balance, because I realize that that life was my lifeline. Christine is my Tell It Digital partner, Andrea, Sharon, so many of my friends came from the work that I loved. Duh! Tara…Jane…Linda, Elsie..more… and our families…and then there’s that hard work to pick myself up and keep moving…
I didn’t really have to start over, I just had to keep going. I had what I needed, I just had to accept the fact that I couldn’t have you with me living our life together… living here, living there. And then there’s the work and the reflection. I’m not living in joy but I’m looking forward to the morning I can wake up with a smile and sweet T tears.
I’m sitting here with the Today show in the background, waiting for my 10:00 guitar lesson with Jon, wondering if I should move my mamo appointment for tomorrow to another morning. More snow is predicated. Bring it on!
No matter what I just wrote, T. nothing would make me happier than to hear you open the door below, and trudge up the 14 steps to my door. Nothing!