My Mental Vacation
In the past two weeks I’ve started writing a few pieces I haven’t posted. Actually, I haven’t finished them at all. They range in topics from the building of a Mosque in New York City two blocks from the World Trade Center, to the latest Sherrod fiasco with Fox (and everyone else involved). When I started writing, I was so enthusiastic to share my thoughts. I had that crazy impulsive vigor running through my heart that just wanted to write and scream out my opinion, and then, half way through I just stopped.
This has happened four times in the past two weeks. And I sit, staring at an unfinished page. . .
I admit it, I’m totally exhausted!
Everything just seems to be so “drama-esque”. Everything is an argument or volatile discussion. Everything is so “deep” and “important”. Blah, blah, blah!
Yeah, I need some balance. Some fun stuff.
And thankfully it’s not that hard to do. You know, to switch gears and find fun stuff and fun folk to pay attention to. To just enjoy!
What I realized this morning is you just actually need to be looking for it. Stop falling into the trap of drama and start looking for something else. Once you start looking for joy, laughter and happiness, it’s been my experience that you actually start finding it. . .
Uhm, that’s kinda too deep too, huh? Well, you get what I mean! ;)
I’ve decided I’m on a “summer-esque” mental vacation of sorts. And my wish today is that anyone reading this post find something to smile about and then maybe share it with someone else. I wish you all a happy fun-filled day.
(Ya, that just made me feel real good!)
Peace, love and all that good stuff,