(Ha! The police rousted me from where I was sitting in the park just after I finished writing this. I was wearing pajamas and a parka. I usually move when I see him coming, but this time, the law saw me and sent me and my dog home to bed.)
Well, I didn't get to enjoy the music posted below long. I had dinner plans with a friend. An early dinner turned into a really long, comfortable chat with someone who truly loves me, as of course, I do him.
His boyfriend, who I've become friends with as well over the course of their relationship, joined us after dinner for coffee. Good food, good conversation, good friends. Pretty much my ideal Sunday evening.
We were there for much longer than I expected, so as we got up to leave I realized a meeting I like was starting soon. So I went. I'm glad I did. It was the perfect end to my weekend. I left content and ready for the week. A good way to wind down.
I'm still on the theme of abundance, and I hope I never get off it. I hope it plays in the background for the rest of my life.
Physically, I'm in the same situation I was two months ago vis-a-vis my job, money, dating life, etc. But I am different. Any restlessness I feel now seems like an invitation to explore the world, and see what else is out there.
I don't feel as though I'm stuck, waiting for something to happen. Everything feels fluid and filled with possibility. And that any action I take will lead somewhere exciting.
I think that's always been the key. There are no wrong moves, only one reality or another. And I always have the power to move away from an undesirable reality to one more to my liking.
Why did I become so attached to those realities I didn't like? How do I not do that again? Actually, that reminds me of something S said in the meeting. (I too didn't quite "get" all of it S, but I'd like to hear more sometime. It was intriguing. I always did like talking to you.) You get so used to a situation, that you can't really see it for what it is. So true.