Many things running around in my head this week. First and foremost, no matter what anyone tells you, there is a light at the end of the tunnel and sometimes that light is golden (or purple. or pink.) Chin up. Open heart, open mind.
Word on the street is we are going to get some snow, 100% chance of it, in fact, – check out this weather doppler right here courtesy of the trusty iPhone…
Not saying she’s never been wrong before… I’m just hoping for a Christmas-load of snow to fall on this state. For once this winter. And after we get that first inch, I’m hoping traffic signs will read something along these lines, because we all know Minnesota cannot drive in these
harmless terrible conditions.
I’m a little apprehensive for tomorrow as it’ll be the first time, in a while, I go to church. And I’m excited. Very. But nervous too, because all this time in between since I was at my “take a number” church… I realized I’ve formed these preconceived ideas about how it’ll all go down. I was so involved with my old church between plays and church retreats – the whole nine-yards, that I lost sight of what it really meant to be there. So I’m excited, and nervous, which usually go hand in hand. Open heart, open mind!
Earlier today I finished (finally!) Gone Girl and it was a shocking ending to say the least. Highly recommend that book. I also finished The Unnamed, which was painful and really not worth reading after about 40 pages… but I had to finish it. Highly do not recommend that book. Next on the list, The Happiness Project.
On the ride home from an adventure yesterday, I heard this on the radio and almost peed my pants (typical) because I loved it so much! Is it healthy to love a song? I adored it… I felt strongly toward it… you get the idea. Listen, now! On high volume!
And I’ll put a little plug in about the lyrics… they don’t resonate with me… I like the beat, and can run a mean 10K with this on repeat. But the lyrics?…. they are not my life right now, I refuse to believe in them.
My new mantra is open heart, open mind because you never know what’ll happen,
Rubbing this on my legs.