We had some great ideas come back in response to last week’s blog, but we also had some silence. Is it time to hang up the pen soon? Possibly. That’s a scary thought but sometimes scary thoughts lead to other great things, so we will keep mulling it over.
We’re going to take a different word each month to focus in on some of the themes that came up from the responses.
January – what’s left of it – is going to be about LETTING GO. We’ve only got two
so we’d best get cracking.
Two weeks, two types of letting go.
The first kind is the sort in *that* song from Frozen:
couldn’t keep it in, heaven knows I’ve tried.
I mean, if it were
I’d have called the song ‚ÄúLet It Out‚Äù, but that sounds more like Elsa would be singing about a fly trapped on her kitchen windowsill.
Sometimes we try
not to let something bug us. We think we should rise above it all, putting it out of our mind (conceal, don’t feel). But the fact remains, however hard we try, the feelings build up inside, like popcorn under a saucepan lid, our resistance growing stronger.
It’s time to take a deep breath and let it out.