Running on empty.........I hope Santa was good to every one this year. We had a nice Yule day at the inlaws. I even hugged a priest and did not go up in to flames!
The priest was none other than Father George that married us so many moons ago. He is a lot more fun to be around when he's out of the collar. The years have mellowed him too. He always sends us articles on autism that he finds in the news paper also.
I'm glad every thing is over with, Dec is our most busiest month. Don't get me wrong, I love visiting with every one; but it just takes a toll.
Nothing truly gets done around the house and we are always on the go.
I've been letting a lot of things slip lately. Things that bring happiness to me and makes me feel "evened out".
I've been letting the day to day mundane things rule my life and it has got to stop now.
No longer will I put off horseback riding because it makes Steve nervous. It is my most single joy that I have that I do for myself. I will also make more time to practice my craft. Holy cow, talk about letting shit slip! I totally forgot to celebrate the winter soltice! What kind of witch am I?
A lousy one!
Lili had given me a really cool book to help give me a kick in the butt to get back on the path.
Music is another thing that brings me great joy. Athena gave me a gift certificate to iTunes and I had a great time down loading songs yesterday. Today it even motivated me to take GP for a nice long walk so I could listen to them. I was quite the sight! My head was bobbing, lips moving to the lyrics and a big ass, hairy golden trotting happily beside me. Luckily I refrained from using my walking stick as a microphone. My neighbors think I'm strange enough.
So there it is.
1. I am getting my fine Celtic ass on a horse at least once a week.
2. I'm getting back in to meditating.
3. I'm getting back on track with the craft.
4. I'm getting more exersize on a daily basis; with or with out the dog.