Am I the only one? I might be. I probably am. Well, maybe not.
Interspersing mandatory with loveliness; chomping through absolutely healthy naked carrots and cucumbers, saving a few bites of my main dish in an effort to be able end a meal on a positive and tasty note. Healthy in its own way, an enamel skillet, no oil, what’s on hand concoction of a little leftover shredded red cabbage, the remainders of a bag of frozen broccoli, chopped mini red onions, tomatoes canned with green peppers and celery, unhealthisized with a still healthier than real sausage option of chicken Gouda sausages. It’s sweet and savory and better for me than what I’ve been eating during the 5 month condo crisis.
It’s just unnerving to have to force myself to eat, eat more, eat better, and it’s directly connected to the stall.
Saying I’m in a holding pattern implies going in circles. I am not going in circles. The unpacking/establishing thing has lost its fascination. Most everything is reasonably placed where I think I like it, for now. There’s not even much minor effort moving; slide boxes around a little, consolidate partials.
If I see it and it is going the same way I am, and I know where I am going to put it when I get there, it stands a chance. I’ve also been reconsidering. Should probably put this here, or maybe I should do my nails or figure out what to eat. I’m stalled.
I’m looking ahead and looking at the moment, and not seeing a payoff that’s going to outweigh playing word games or guilty-pleasure reading or letting Blu shoulder-hug as we both enjoy the view from the living room window.
The “should” list of micro-organization supposed to lead to peaceful order is no longer stapled to my daily mental door. Floated to the kitchen table, like some other real stuff, I see it there, and there it is. Stalled.
I laugh when people say you have your whole life to get this together.
If I’m going to take my whole life to get it together, I’ll never have any fun because it will be bothering me for my whole life. Except for tonight. Again.
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Stop Stalling: http://talkingworks.com/stop-stalling/