The coming year has to be different for us here.
I am not talking about the pandemic or sheltering in place or anything like that.
I am talking about just the focus in our household.
I have several classes to work through online. My husband is waiting for his chosen classes to open up—it’s something you have to take in person. It can’t be done online. So, we’re waiting for that to open back up for him
For the past few years, I have been working, slowly to be sure, to rebuild the business I had before I gave birth to our youngest—minus the telephone work, which was a mandatory part of my old business.
It’s been dawning on me and working on me that I need to change my focus. Stop looking outward and draw inward—which, as I sit here now, thinking about it, is what my word of the year for 2021 is all about: Submerge.
Submerge. Sink in. Go within. Deep within.
I don’t know why when this word came to me as my word of the year I didn’t immediately think, oh, yes, I must back away from all the stuff currently on my to-do list and focus solely on … this.
I guess that is the magic of my 2021 word of the year…as we near the coming New Year, my new word is already sinking into me, opening me up to the plan of the Universe, preparing me for what the Universe has in store for me.
Now, having said I shall be submerging and turning inward into Self and Soul, Hearth and Home, that in no way means I shall abandon this site. I have plans there—and they seem to be on a similar path for what the Universe is leading me towards.
What is does mean to me, currently, though, is that I will finish off posting my older work…and the newer works that I have had waiting, and the works that I have in progress and in process, may have to wait that much longer before being revealed to the world. All in all, I do not find that to be a bad thing.
One of the most meaningful ways forward for me is—and will continue to be—my writing. You can expect more of that. The topics may shift around, but I will still be here.
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