This morning I took a walk and enjoyed the crispy November air. It felt fresh, and it revitalized me. And then I thought –
This past year – yet, not quite over – was a busy time for me. Some busyness came about deliberately and some naturally evolved. Being occupied led to simplifying life, and it remained an on-going mission, particularly since the summer. Someone once told me, “People would be surprised at how little they actually need to live.”
Relationships are the natural ebb and flow of life. I am always am a firm believer in that you cannot force a relationship. If it’s meant to be, it will be, whether blood relations or not. It all evens out the way it’s supposed to be.
I’ve gotten so disorganized in the past couple of years, and I lost my bearing. There were some damnable problems with people that threw off my balance. Happily, I’m righted again, finally.
More travelling happened this past year, too. It was good to get away, see different sights, and become more knowledgeable in these travels.
During much of my free time, I wrote more than ever. I published three books of poetry this year – and if you picked up any of my four books, thank you! Meanwhile, I’m still working on a larger book that should be ready next year. I can only write when the spirit moves me. All writers experience writer’s block from time to time. It’s natural.
Yet, with all the events this year, this coming year is my “Year of Change.”
This is going to be a first-class year for me, filled with lots of changes for the good.
I’m looking forward to it and sharing it with you. Stay tuned.
©Susan Marie Molloy, and all works within.