I’m currently in FL visiting family and friends for a couple of weeks. Part of my time here is helping an aunt who had a pretty major surgery. I of course had made plans of doing things with friends, helping my aunt, and spending time with family. I’d been trying to coordinate it all. Then I realized that with someone in the hospital with no way of knowing exactly when they’ll get out, and me being the one that’s going to take them home, making plans is actually kind of silly. Because you can’t.
Remember last week when I said that weird and different things happen in life when you’re trying to follow your truth to throw things off? Well, this is one of those times. You realize you aren’t able to do everything you wanted to do. Sometimes feelings get hurt. And you’re stuck in the middle trying to do the right thing. It’s challenging.
So this is just a short note to remind you that it’s all ok. It’s all part of life. You can’t do everything all at once. You sometimes have to let go of some plans for a bit and get back to them when you can. And in the end things will work out, just in their own way and time. Maybe not yours.
As they say, you really do have to go with the flow. When you don’t it’s like paddling upstream. Much harder work than you need to do.
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