I really like to fly. It's one of the only times I can't escape my own brain with distraction. I tried, trust me, because there are things I sort out and then some things that I dwell on. If there's one thing that being laid off has given me, it's more time. More time to sort out my head, my heart, my goals, my spirit. I am so much more self aware these days. I can sense the second I'm not getting something I think I deserve. Please note that I said I can sense it, I didn't say I have the slightest clue what to do with it. I am so rough on myself for not having all the answers right here, right now. Seems silly because if I've ever learned something from my parents, it's that the things they loved most about their life is the journey, not where they arrived. And half the time, where they thought they were headed was entirely different then the destination they arrived in. If we're consistently looking in the rear view mirror or trying to foresee every turn ahead, we miss all the things we like about the nice long drive anyway.
Three Things That Make Me Smile On The Spot:
-Swinging (on swings, not in relationships)
-Finding The Exact Words To Say What's On Your Mind.