Day 1

Today felt like day one of a life transition. As I have mentioned in previous blogs, my family and I moved from a home to a condo. The condo is located in my hometown, a city with serious charm: Winter Park, Florida.  I feel in some ways I am being reborn.  Not only did we move physically but there is something bigger going on here, for which time will reveal.  I have moved literally to a new home but I am also in process of an emotional (mind-body-spirit) journey to capture my inner child, my inner strength.

I know what I need to do career wise.  So now I am developing an action plan, checking one item at a time off the list.  And now I am even more aware of the importance of relaxation, and being open to “no plan.”  Sometimes the greatest joys come from “going with the flow, and trusting in the signs.”  Also a visionary has no vision without rest and recuperation.  Isn’t there a quote that says “Life is what happens when you are not watching.”?

Although weeks have passed since our actual move; we did not feel settled into our new place.  There were many, many boxes to unpack, discard, etc…  And we still have a room full of stuff, mostly paperwork to review and discard.  Last night, was the first night our family (mommy, daddy, baby and two dogs) slept through the entire night. WOO HOO!  My energy felt bountiful this morning as if I was being energized by Red Bull.  The irony is that I have never drank a Red Bull nor do I have a desire to do so.  This morning I was eager to do loads of laundry.  That is not my usual.  Olivia and I played in the park, danced to music, ate a popsicle together, and enjoyed giggling.  It seems she is becoming more independent as I found time to check items off my to-do list.  It was a productive and happy day.

Did I mention that I watched GLEE?  I am inspired by most episodes of Glee.  My daughter dances to the music and I continue to muster up creative ideas that swarm in my head.  Who knew that Liv would dance to Britney Spears songs on GLEE?  I took time out tonight to write and to reflect upon meaningful lyrics.  It is very important to me to say what I really want/need to say in my songwriting.  I vow to write lyrics, without fear of others perception of my lyrics.  The lyrics will be truthful and heartfelt.  I think many singers/songwriters sugar coat the writing in order to not offend others.  That was my mistake as well. I wrote many lyrics that only scratched at the surface of my real feelings.  It is time to really say I what I feel.

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