See, I’m trying to get back into the groove. Between trying to get the house ready to go on the market (eep!) and trying to spend time catching up on reading (because I love books and words), I’ve kept myself entertained this weekend.
Today I am trusting that my slightly crazy and completely logical plan for getting the house on the market and sold by a month from now will work. Oh, and that a 45+ day closing will be fine with whomever falls in love with this place.
Today I am grateful for a Mama who is undoubtedly doing the heavy lifting with getting the house ready to go to market. We’ve taken on a divide in conquer with me doing aggressive decluttering (very little is safe around here at the moment unless it has a name and is a sentient being) and her doing beautification. I say it routinely that I couldn’t do life without her ongoing support, and I mean that.
Today I am inspired by this TED talk on soundscapes and the inspiration they provide. Many of you know that I don’t run outdoors with headphones- I mean, I started running when music wasn’t portable anyway- and while there are the safety considerations, it’s primarily about connecting with the world around me. When I head out for my run this afternoon, I’ll be listening a bit more intentionally than usual. (HT: Karen Walrond of Chookooloonks; this link was part of the “Advent of Light” practice I’m reveling in right now).
Now listening: LeeAnn Womack “All the trouble”- The Lonely, The Lonesome, and the Gone” may be my favorite album of 2017. If you’re interested, that is.