Monday: a call from my husband "Bad news. I backed into the car."
Tuesday: I had a flat tire.
Wednesday: I broke the heat lamp for my son's bearded dragon (those suckers cost $30!)
Thursday: I awoke with a cold
I was cheerily getting into my car the other day when I realized that, surprisingly, none of this had phased me (well except for the heat lamp because it was necessary and also not mine). I was on my way home to play with my art supplies and therefore life was good.
Later I read Ashley's post and came to the conclusion that when you are living your truth, all of the crap (that used to set me off and make such drama in my life) just seems to melt away. As I was sitting down to my blog this morning I also read this post on truth. Makes me wonder if some day I'll be able to figure out my truth enough to put it into words like these brave women.
And on the other hand...I got a new-to-me washer and dryer set that's red (love it!) and stackable to fit better in our remodeling. The car that was backed into was a very old hand-me-down from my parents that acts a car to use when things like, I get a flat tire and need a car to use. My husband also discovered my battery was bad, so I got a new one, avoiding the usual stranding that occurs when my battery goes out. We got a new heat lamp. And, well, a cold is just a cold and part of life.