It has been a busy winter! Between shoveling snow [an average of three out of every four days so far], tending to the firewood and wood stove, republishing my first book and completing my daily recovery program activities, my days have been full! Unfortunately, this has left me little time for blogging. And I love blogging and sharing my recovery experience!
It’s a dilemma!
Once winter is over and the snow shovel and woodstove are tucked away for the summer, that will free up time for me to blog! Hey wait! Won’t that be the start of golf, kayaking and sitting on the dock season? Hmmmm!
I often wonder how I did it [as I’m sure most people do] pre-retirement: working a 10 hour day corporate job, teaching karate 2 to 3 evenings a week, taking my kids to the arena on the weekends for figure skating and hockey, including competitions and tournaments! Somehow fitting it all in!
These days, just getting out of bed seems to take up a good part of the day! Actually, pretty much everything I do takes longer! One of the realities of this neurological condition … slowness of movement, loss of balance, loss of dexterity, all being contributing factors! I don’t move or operate as quickly as I used to. But that’s okay. I have no reason to rush!
In the meantime, as I complete my daily activities, I am focused on filling each moment with self-love, happiness and tranquility, the primary ingredients of recovery and the focus of my daily recovery protocol [which I will blog about as soon as I can … I promise].
Wishing you a day sprinkled with much love and many blessings!