Let go.

I know you’re technically not supposed to shake kombucha, but this particular kind had lots of stuff settled at the bottom. So, I gave it a couple of flips up and down. Not a full shake, just a couple of flips. Well, I was driving and when I opened it it overflowed onto my pants. I carried just a touch of a vinegar scent for the rest of the day.

Another walk up the street to my old route. I am just fascinated by the old stone foundations. Someone told me once that there were actually mills here on this road at one time. Even though it’s just a rural residential road now, at one point it was one of the only roads around.

Wes had a baseball game. He hit a big bomb way out in center field. It was caught, but that’s okay. This is the second game in a row this happened. One of these times it’s going to be a home run. We all can’t wait for that.

On the way home from the game, Debbie Gibson came on the radio (80’s station, of course). I used to love her. I even had her perfume. Anyone remember that? It had the florescent pink squiggly thing inside the bottle. (If you do remember, I highly recommend googling “Debbie Gibson perfume” and you can have all sorts of happy memories like I just did when you see the bottle.)

I’ve been struggling getting going on my creative work. I have lots of ideas, and feeling lots of possibility. But not a lot of follow through right now though. I’m really trying to be kind to myself about the whole thing. It will all come in time. Relax, Pam. Let go.

Thanks for reading today’s entry in my daily blog.  My goal here is to practice noticing. I try to write about small things and I try to keep it light. Sometimes I write about creativity or healing. And sometimes I write about my dogs or what I cooked for dinner. Writing daily here is a way for me to shine a light back on my life and help me see.

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