Good morning, Readers.
I’m so sorry I missed last Friday!
I’ve been under a lot of stress recently, as I’m sure so many of us have. Yesterday was my breaking point of tears and I was left physically exhausted.
The Great Flood of May 2020 may soon be repaired. The insurance adjuster approved the contractor’s estimate, the check is in th mail, and the contract has been signed. Long conversations, lots of questions, and uncertainty for months finally closed.
Our front patio needs to be redone or the park manager will fine us. So, my husband has taken over that endeavor.
Our cats were shaved yesterday due to matting. A long one-hour process of hissing and howling. Emotionally exhausting right there.
I broke down. Wiped out. And I’m still dealing with shifty-poo pain and glass-guts whenever I poo, which leads to that li’l bug at the back of my brain telling me that the bowel resection may still need to occur.
Stress. Uncertainty. So many of us harbor so much of it.
So, today’s quote is something I really need to take to heart, repeat over and over, and hold onto:
“If the problem can be solved why worry? If the problem cannot be solved worrying will do you no good.” ~Shantideva
May we all remember to breathe and let go.