Life These Days

We're doing a lot of work on the site recently and therefore... I'm inspired to write a short update. Research into affiliate programs is a special kind of fascinating, though only half the time does it have enough 'weight' to counter-balance the various stresses that dance around us like sugar plum fairies... who throw poo and fart loudly. Regardless, we've got this great mantra:

I am resonating with the dimension with all the stuff I want

We believe in our path, believe in each other and I know that life can be scary... but we're in this together, which makes us powerful. I found an inspiring quote from a blog post we read during research; though I don't know who Dawn Serra is [maybe probably should] "There is no timestamp on trauma. There isn't a formula you can insert yourself into to get from horror to healed. Be patient. Take up space. Let your journey be the balm."

That term or concept has been around a lot for many years now and I really like it; TAKE UP SPACE. I grew up as a little girl in the 80s and 90s, in a small Connecticut town; and for everyone who's had similar experiences, you know where I'm going with this. #healingPath

We were taught to take up as little space as possible, to allow for certain others who were growing around us to have as much space as they wanted. Taking up space is kind of terrifying, periodically, because it goes against so much of what I was taught in my earliest years with this body. That thought is rather sad, so we don't dwell on it more than required for 'weeding my mental gardens' [that's a reference to my hypnosis work]

I always wanted a website. Even before they existed, to be perfectly honest; I knew they would 'become a thing' during my lifetime and periodically it's been frustrating that all the various elements don't come together as easily as they probably could. Not even because Zeffy is at work right now and that means he can't make me lunch... though I ate an hour ago, at this point, so shouldn't even be hungry--which is annoying and distracting and stressful since apparently we've both got this food-stress issue these days. Nope. Information on the internet is easy to come by... and so much of it is garbage that needs to be sifted through, which uses a bunch of time and energy we don't have.

I believe in our path, however, which is to say: we have ambitions for our life experience and every intention of enjoying the fruits of our labor. Even when we can't get out of our own way with low periods of sulking. I trust us completely. We're in this together.