This week I'm celebrating fullness by choice.
I watched a bee this week busily working it's magic on a plant outside a doctor office. I thought, it's moving quickly, buzzing about just like I do. Then I realized, this bee is very focused on the task at hand. This bee is choosing to stay on this one plant; it wasn't plant hopping. This past week was a week of fullness but as I watched this bee, I realized the fullness was by my own choice and I really enjoy choice.
Fullness by choice looked like this - in the summer
three days of softball games to total six
a swim meet where we were a heat winner with two PR
hosting teenage friends
painted my bedroom on my own
read my first pd book
started another book I can't put down
knitting at softball
reading at swim meet
there was inspiration
there was organization
I hope you get the idea. While the list is starting to look too full or a to do list. It wasn't. It was filled with joy, laughter, smiles, frustration, help, love, effort, patience, cheering, listening, and redirection.
Thank you Ruth for encouraging us to stop and think about Celebrations.