Whoa! Between the massive CME’s
Last evening, my husband and I just looked at each other and he began to laugh. “What in the world happened today?!, he asked. “I’ve never had a day like this before!” I began to laugh helplessly for yesterday was a day right out of Alice in Wonderland. All day long I was being pulled in a zillion different directions as in doing one thing, then being detoured in another direction, turning around and being needed in another direction, being tossed to and fro like a cork in a choppy sea. I would then attempt to take a wee break to catch my breath, and hubby would chime in with, “Hey, honey, you have to look at this,” referring to what he was looking at on his laptop.
STOP! Just stop! I said this several times yet the rhythm of being tossed to and fro, running from one to another to yet another, and then having hubby chiming in continued. While at the gym so many people wanted to converse with me I walked out one hour later then I normally do. Towards the end of my workout I had one more machine to go and while walking towards that, looking forward in going home I heard, “Hey, Amy!” Oh my goodness another person wanted to talk to me. And this one was a doozy! Unable to get a word in edgewise, this man talked at super nova speeds so excited about the subject matter that he know I would understand. My Inner Guidance just told me to listen for him to spill it all so he would calm down. Don’t get me wrong here ….. I love good conversation and talking. Yet, all in a bunch like I experienced yesterday left me saying ….. huh? Despite this, I said quietly,
Thank you, Universe, for this Gift of Conversation today!
Finally getting to that last machine, I scooted out the door to get home. On the drive home I’m like, “What is going on today???!” The pin ball machine syndrome continued at home with the highlight being of my husband and my neighbor yelling at one another about the drainage ditch. I came out with an “olive branch in hand” with the intention of defusing the interaction, or at least toning it down. I did just that, thank goodness. Later in speaking to this woman’s son, truthfully I told him your mother and my husband bring out the worse in one another. He laughed for he knew I spoke truth. Then we proceeded to have a very nice conversation which added to my day.
So, in having some days like these, Mother gives me haven, a reprieve from the craziness of life. Getting out my camera one evening, I knew I would find magic and I did. Just fresh out of the shower in my flannel pjs I went outside to immerse myself in Mother’s Gifts. And boy did I find Gifts. These Gifts I share with you. Take some deep breaths and enjoy!!! The picture of the sun you saw at the beginning of my post, I believe was a CME in progress. Just WOW!
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