The First Day

Ah, what a day.  The first of this new year, this new decade.

I spent the morning cross-country skiing and the afternoon making a turkey-noodle soup out of the turkey carcass from Christmas dinner.

I also cleaned out the refrigerator in preparation for all the good, fresh food and veggies that will go into it in the next few days.

I took a hot bath with Tranquility Bubble Bath and did my hour of Holosync.

I drank 4 glasses of water and spent a lot of time peeing.  My body apparently doesn’t know what to do with water, so it just dumps it.

Ran out of day before I was able to write more than a cursory entry in my paper journal, and now I am posting here and it’s already way past my bedtime and I feel brain dead.

I had hoped to write the entry where I go through my list of “excitements” for the coming year (I am using the word “excitements” in place of “goals” or “resolutions.” ) But that entry will have to wait until tomorrow.

Now, I will go to bed.

Christmas is over.  The tree is down, the decorations stored away.  The house seems more spacious and open and clear now.

So does my mind.  I am ready to begin anew.

2 thoughts on “The First Day

  1. Not all our Christmas decorations have been put away just yet but the tree is down and all the ornaments have been packed away for next year. I am loving the extra space and light that we have now that the tree is gone. It’s amazing how good a little extra free space can feel!

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