It’s been a week since I’ve written anything. I sat down a few times and tried to force myself to write. There have been several occasions I had, what I thought were some great thoughts come into my head. While I was in the shower getting ready. During my drive to or from the office. Even in the evening as I went through the nightly routine of helping to get the kids in bed.
When I finally sat down and tried picking one of those thoughts, I had saved in my notes app and attempted to journal; I struggled to make it past the first couple of sentences.
Sometimes you just have to hit “Restart.” A predecessor of mine used to say, ” You can start your day over at any time.” Today was one of those days. And I need to hit restart rather quickly.
The first hour or so is always a little rushed in the mornings. The main priority is getting the kids fed and off to school on time. For some reason, this morning I caught myself being a bit short and quickly agitated. We weren’t running late; the kids were all in good moods. We were making good time, and I felt like I had slept okay. I could not explain it. I simply seem to be irritated at the little things that usually would not bother me. Continue reading “Jan 28, 2016 – Sometimes you just have to hit Restart!”
Have you ever thought about what Hope and Fear have in common? They both have to do with what lies ahead. They only exist when we are looking to the future. When I am afraid, I may be feeling the fear right here and now. But, what I am afraid of has nothing to do with what is, it has to do with what MIGHT BE. And here is the real paradox. No matter how things come to pass, once they do, I am no longer afraid.