I wasn't going to do a post this week. I'm really busy--and too much of it is because as usual I've let myself get way behind on things. And now I'm overwhelmed. But I think things might go better if I give myself this bit of a respite from crazy, a little time to think and write and read. So. Jamie asks, "What do you wish to shed?"
Everything. All of me until I'm stripped down bare bones burning flame of creative force waiting and ready to rebuild my life and myself the way I want them to be.
That's not quite exactly a real answer, though. I want to shed the things that hold me back and keep me only half in my world and my life--procrastination, fear, uncertainty, lethargy, inertia, excess weight, headaches, allergies, clutter and mess.
Yeah, that's about it.
I will try to get around and read and comment, but I may not get to everyone. Or anyone. I'm gearing up for NaNoWriMo, working to get my newsletter out, working on the final touches for the NaNoWriMo kickoff party, and working on a newsletter for my SCA Embellishers' Guild. Oh yeah, and this weekend I need to finish my painting for the Portland Audubon's Wild Arts Festival. So yeah. A little overwhelmed. So, if I don't get around to each of you, please know I'm thinking of you and wishing with you.
As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you as well.