Bringing dreams into reality is not relaxing and change is tiring……but don’t let that put you off.

A good friend commented this afternoon that working on bringing your dreams into being is not relaxing and this rang a bell with me as I couldn’t understand why my energy levels were so depleted lately. Working towards dreams brings about change and that in itself is also tiring. It is all too easy to lose perspective when changes are abounding and tiredness causes old fears and doubts to nip away at our self confidence.

Pausing to hear our instinctive voice helps as the little things we can do to ease life’s path are just waiting there to be heard, being kind to ourselves and taking time to rest is also good, laughing at the absurdities that happen along the way is also a wonderful release valve and I find cooking and baking are good things to do in this house.

Love and humour are the oil that grease the wheels always.

So much love to my good friends; my GSS who took the time to read my prattling last night and answer with care and thought, ditto to my SK who took time out of his day to help me gain perspective on another front and my good friend who took an hour out of her afternoon to listen to me and dispense sound advice and stop me spiralling any further downwards.

Humour supplied by Blossom who loves being inside!! She calls for me outside the dining room window whilst I am sewing in there, or taps on the kitchen door to come inside and visit. A very sociable hen who ventured inside the other day to find me and made her way upstairs and following the sound of clucking I located her in the bath! Both our hens love cuddles, so I cuddled her and chatted quietly about her being a garden hen, not a house hen, and made a mental note to talk to my magic elf about a split door for the kitchen. The slightly unnerving thing is that I can understand what Blossom wants when she chats to me……comments on a postcard accepted for that one!

Last humourous point…..Em is laughing whole heartedly at Worcester’s trim….he has had Dennis Healey eyebrows since he came here and was getting to the point where he couldn’t see, so out came the scissors this afternoon and he is now neat and tidy with the added bonus of clear vision. He may, just may, look a little odd for a while. I can hear Ben’s comment when he sees what I have done…..any trimmed patches in the garden always raise the query ‘What was growing there Jane?’ and when he sees our hound’s hair cut I suspect that all shears and scissors will be put out of my reach.

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