Coming out of the retreat, I found more dedication to being dedicated. That makes me laugh. So I am continuing. More art. More focus. More joy.
December brings challenges, because there is a lot to “do”. I like the December list. It includes some of my favorite kinds of action. But there is chaos in the sheer amount of demand. Covid reduces it a bit, not so much party structure. I think that will help many people have a simpler season. A more Divine focus.
I see timeline challenges in my mind. The medical stuff has a lot of ramp up and appointments. I have a string of tests on Christmas Eve, including a new CT scan, a wound visit, perhaps a happy little EKG. My regular chemo schedule will bring up another two sets of altered states days, as many as four each. That’s a lot of time that can have the appearance of being lost. But that is an appearance. Quiet is important. There is no wasted moment.
When I see my emergence clearly, see that I want to stay in connection with my Source, and want to do the season with joy and clarity, I will have to keep being observant of the moment. There is joy at the base of all things. I will stay the course, and focus.
And things can drop by the wayside. I have a “to do” list (not concrete, but intentional). But honestly, is wrapping necessary? Are cards a thing of this era? Can’t food come premade? There are things that are alterable by the moment. And staying in the moment is key to the perfect December! Enjoy it.