This is feeling rushed, which is not how I like to write/channel.  However, it’s better than skipping* a daily post.

*Which I haven’t done since the first of January, 2011.

             Whether with a partner, a room-mate, alone, or with children, the reminder right now is about kindness.  And devotion, no matter what our personal situation.

             I heard that we need to focus on being our very best self, and helper.  To live in every relationship (including with ourselves) to the fullest and best of our abilities.  To be present and devoted.


             Who ever we spend the most time with, who ever is our closest significant person, THEY need our attention.  Could be our own self.  Could be the one we share a home with.  Doesn’t matter, just be aware.

             It is being suggested that we pay attention, and that we give our all.  Not things, nor even words, really.  Just genuine love and care.

             In fact, returning to our regular rotation around the card altar, the message continues on that exact note.


“Truth  ~

Tell the truth.

Integrity is the key to living an authentic life.”

Today’s Deck:

Self-Care Cards by Cheryl Richardson

Today’s Personal Note:

is to say that after last season’s mall gig, I opted out.  The way this company was being run did not work well for me, so I chose to not return.

             Until earlier last week, when I received a desperate call from my former regional supervisor.  To say that the booth had gone to hell in a handbasket without me would be an accurately descriptive statement.

             I’m no longer the boss, but I did agree to cover a few blank spots in their schedule.  Tonight was the first one.  It took me 4 buses and 2 hours commute time, for a three-and-a-half-hour shift.

             Tomorrow I’ll drop off paper-work and provide a meal-break, and then I show up twice more.  After that, I’m really REALLY done.


2 thoughts on “In the Main

  1. 2 hour commute? For 3 1/2 hours work??? OMG. *shakes head* Well, I suppose it would give you extra ‘needle time’ for your projects. *still shaking head*

  2. My stitching never leaves the house, not until it’s done and gone. By the time I head out, it’s nearly dark. Two buses, an hour there, an hour back. Mostly I just enjoy the fact that I’m neither driving nor pedaling.

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