I will continue to ride the winds of change. I look foreward to the transformation 2016 will bring. With these transformations, comes an awakening of Spirit. This will open the portals for me to continue to move forward mentally, physically and emotionally.
So, what kind of changes do I foresee for me, myself and I in 2016?!?
I will stop procrastinating. Now is the time to take flight. Taking a chance, a risk, is better than waking up one day saying “if only I had”.
I will stop doubting myself and standing in my own way. I will start Believing in myself and my capabilities.
I will be a friend to myself.
Longer Soul Strolls (a must for my Spiritual growth)
Pulling up my bootstraps and getting back on the getting fit and healthy band wagon (it’s time!)
A promise to myself to ‘listen’ to what my body, my spirit are trying to tell me.
Well, you get the gist of it. It’s a good start.
I also want to take this opportunity to say Happy New Year and Thank You, to all of you, my WP friends/family. The last 5-6 months has been an amazing journey through blog land. Because of y’all, this experience has turned into an incredible ride and eye opening adventure.
It would be remiss of me to not include a special shout out to Lady Calen (Impromptu Promptlings). Your friendship, your support, and encouragement have been a guiding force on this journey of mine. I’m forever grateful.
I find myself once again, in the sandbox, digging deep into places that haven’t been touched in sometime. The Sandbox Writing Challenge asked the question: If you could, what parts of yourself would you throw out?
Really?!?! That’s a hell of a question to be asking someone who’s been working so hard to accept themself in every which way……even the parts that I would throw out play a part in who I am. My feeling on this is, if I should/could throw away some aspect of who I am,,I’ll lose part of myself.. .My flaws, my imperfections, my idiosyncrasies make me who I am, they make me a whole person,,slightly cracked and skewed, but Me none-the-less.
So, my answer is…I wouldn’t throw any part of me out to the curb. That’s not to say I won’t keep working and striving to change some things,,,but you won’t find me on the garbage heap!
It’s that time folks…..Drumroll! It’s the last Monday Music Medicine Show of 2015! What New Years specific tunes have you found speak for the moment when we leave one year behind, and when we step across the border into new adventures and look forward?