Okay – someone smack me on the side of the head. It’s New Year ’s Day for 2019 and I honestly don’t know what happened to the last few months of 2018.
Have you ever had a year like that?
I used to hate the days when I was younger that seem to go on forever, but I’d sure like a few of them now. You know those days where the time went by so slowly that you filled them in with dumb stuff like reading a book, going for long walks or talking on the phone to as many friend’s who’d answer when they saw your name on their caller ID.
Nowadays, if I force myself to do some of those things, I’m finding myself in a rush, walking double time and skimming the book pages rather than letting each word sink in.
To make things even worse, I allow guilt to attack because I haven’t called people for so long they probably won’t recognise my voice. And… because so much time has passed, I can’t stand the thought of that tiny tone of sarcasm when they go on about how long it’s been since they’ve heard back from you – even though they left a number of messages…. awww just shoot me now!
So – it’s time to instigate some changes, to live every day, stringing things out for as long as it’s possible. I’m thinking that when we slow down, so will the clocks. When we stop thinking we need to rush around, maybe we’ll have moments of boredom, moments when we can fill in with special pastimes like lunch with a friend, joining new groups to follow interests we’ve always set aside or maybe to finish a lot of projects that are decorated with cobwebs all over the bags.
What a fantastic idea!!
It would be so sweet to get to the end of week without saying, OMG it’s already Friday???
My wish to all of you wonderful friends is to have your inner clocks slow down. To live every day to the fullest! To fill yourself with so enjoyment in life that once the end of the week arrives, you will think I can’t believe how much I accomplished, my days were filled and I loved every long minute.
I also want to take this moment to thank you for your support. I will never forget your unbelievable kindness.
Big hugs and lots of loving wishes,
Happy New Year