I think I’m feeling the rumblings of summer and the changing of the seasons. I am ready for a BREAK. Ideally, I’d just press pause and take a long out breath. But, life keeps moving.
Every day, I’ve felt like my feet have hit the ground running, from the time I’ve woken up.
We had to bury a hummingbird that flew into our window and broke its neck. (On Mother’s Day, no less).
My glasses broke. I have a backup pair until my new ones arrive. I was ready for something new, anyhow.
My baby has decided that 5:30 am is the best time to wake up and greet the new day. We’ve even had two days this week when he’s woken in the middle of the night to start happily babbling and talking.
I’m wrapping up 2nd grade. We have one more week of lessons for him. And I’m really digging into planning our next year.
On days like these, when I feel like the tasks ahead of me are never ending and overwhelming, I remember a saying from the Tao Te Ching that I learned about from Dr Wayne Dyer. (I was lucky enough to get to attend his talk in person just months before he passed on from this life.)
I’m paraphrasing here: “I do nothing and nothing goes undone.”
This brings me a calm that I can’t even describe. For me, that means I don’t sit and DO nothing, literally. But that I am being swept along this river of life and everything that needs doing will be done, I need only to do what my task at hand is, in this moment.