Scene 1:

Flexibility is important. As flexible as my life is, it still has limits. What I am realizing is that those limits are mostly self imposed. I guess I have once more bumped into one of my edges and it’s chafing. I may need to back up, lower my head, and charge on through.

“If you want to be more flexible and adaptable, practice challenging your comfort zones.”

~ Akiroq Brost

Scene 2:

Continuing the flexibility theme I have to share these words from Pema Chödrön.

“To be fully alive, fully human, and completely awake is to be continually thrown out of the nest. To live fully is to be always in no-man’s-land, to experience each moment as completely new and fresh. To live is to be willing to die over and over again.”

I think I’m in the midst of being tossed out of the nest big time. See Scene 1.

Scene 3:

WOW! I spent the night at Hill House. Like all of life it was a mix of yin and yang.

I had a nice bath, hung out with my wifey and her krew. That was kool. We visited a stable. She rode her horse. I wander about. I ate some good food I didn’t cook! Always a win. The next morning I saw a small wound on a dog stitched up. Cost yet to be known and paid. I’ll update if I remember. The small snippy dog was tagged by a German Shepherd. The shepherd almost snipped off some tiny balls.

There was a couple of hours of kid drama when I left. smh

All is well now. We arrived at WHQ and unloaded the kid gear. Then down the road to the Hudd Market for supplies. I bought the kid chicken tenders and fries take out at Paradise Grill. The Grill is always a friendly, fun and tasty stop.

I’m chillin’ with a cocktail and a game of Let’s Go Fishin’.

Let’s Go Fishin’ game

QOTD: “Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.” ~ Jess Lair and Kirsten Lauzon

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