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Dealing with Change

Creating Space

It is amazing how after a few days without power how excited we still are when the heat kicks on and lightbulbs just give out light with a quick upward swipe of a switch, utterly magical! Our life really gets down to the basics when we are forced to rely on fire, blankets and zero technology.

SNOW!

When you live in the South there are certain things that just make sense, you have a lot of swimsuits, but not a lot of winter wear, you buy sunscreen and bug spray in bulk, when you ask people if they want tea it is assumed it is iced, you say pecan Pe-Chan because Pe-Can refers to a porta potty, 100 degree days are normal and snow is unheard of.

Valentines = Chocolate

Living through a pandemic is kind of like living through the movie “Groundhog Day.” There is a lot of the same routine, everyday, rinse and repeat. As much as our pre pandemic life wasn’t that exciting, there was some variance to the schedule. Now, allergy shot appointments are a new and exciting place to work or read our newest book uploaded to our Kindle. Who would have thought that having a doctor’s appointment would be the social highlight of our life? That our big conversation outside of our home would entail confirming the shot vial has our correct name and birthdate on it?

Accepting Me

Do you ever find yourself in front of the mirror and suddenly think, I am amazing! Okay, in all fairness we have set this as an intention for 2021, to see ourselves as perfectly imperfect. When we look in the mirror lately, we smile at our reflection and acknowledge our greatness. Doing this is premeditated and hardly vain or narcissistic. In yoga, classes are concluded with Namaste, which means, the divine in me salutes and honors the divine within you.

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