I want to capture, collect and organize. And yet, in some areas, I’m so dizzy I don’t know where to start.
I don’t want to worry. I refuse to.
I attended a BB event downtown where teams from all across BC, as well as ON and MB came together for two full days of learning, team building, brainstorming and fun.
It was fabulous to meet in person people I’ve spent months creating bodies for, hearing only their voices over the phone. Some matched and some didn’t, but all are incredible human beings.
Part of the training related to Mindfulness. Basically, just learning to notice your environment in a non-judgemental, unhurried way. And to reiterate that you don’t have to do anything about it– just be in the moment, notice it and just let it be.
It was much needed and much loved by everyone –we all felt so relaxed after, all we wanted to do was sleep– and not run off to catch planes and trains and prep for a return back to our respective bustling office spaces Wednesday.
I write here what’s on my mind.
She is a prolific and respected writer, author, novelist and she makes a hell of a lot of sense to me right now, which is saying a lot. Thank you, Diana Gabaldon 🙂
I really love that for all the horrible things going on in the world today, the web still provides those shining, and surprising pieces of interesting and valid factoids that my wandering mind reaches for time and again. It makes me smile.
Looking forward to Saturday and clean laundry.
November was a complete and utter blur and I’m going into shock over the fact that in 4 weeks, this year will be done– how the frick did that happen so freakishly fast!!!
It’s been a year on a tireswing, full of soothing rocks and friendly laughs, gentle pendulums and wicked rotations, hanging on for dear life, hearing the slap, slap, slap of small hands agains the treads, pushing you ever faster until you’re spinning deliriously fast; unsure whether to scream in delight or terror or stagger blearily off, resisting the urge to be sick and play the odds on if your stomach will ever climb back down from behind your eyeballs.
It’s not over yet, I know. But that’s as close as I can get to a recap at the moment. And it’s where my brain is at.
My stomach is starved.
I’m off to eat, get cozy and catch up with Lilibet and Co. in The Crown on Netflix. It will be an enjoyable evening.