A Real Honest-to-Goodness Blog Post





It's as though, this past while, I've had too much to write!  Usually when I'm not blogging regularly it's because I'm unable to come up with a topic to write about.  These days I have an overflow of possibilities to blog about and find it incredibly difficult to choose.  It's been a whirlwind time with a Grandson being born(Dante Nicholas Fuller) and my novel being released and in the middle of all of that there is a trip to Newfoundland that starts tomorrow, driving all the way, non stop until Saturday morning when we finally arrive!

And yet, life is strangely calm. The kids are all free-range with school being out and I'm going to miss that when they go back to schedules but then I'll write more. 

There is a saying that goes Infinite patience brings immediate results.  This past while has been a lesson in that and putting that to practice daily has made so much difference.

When we decided on this trip we knew that there was a possibility that my brother's girlfriend's sister, who has terminal cancer might take a turn for the worse.  I talked to the kids about the possibility that we would be going later and I waited.  Proceeding as though we were going, but not knowing for sure.  I remained calm because this sadness in their lives, this difficult time, is a real problem.  Me not making a vacation trip is not a real problem.  So I let it be what it is.

I have also been waiting on an order of some copies of my books to take home for a book signing I'd planned in my home town.  I realised that the books might not arrive in time and had to let go of the idea that this would happen, though I looked forward to being able to share  my work first hand with my family and friends back home.

And I knew through all of this, that I could deal with either and be happy no matter how things happen.

Then this morning my brother called, the trip is set, everything is stable and we're going.  Then a few minutes ago, UPS came to the door with my books.  I'm happy.  But I would have been happy either way.

So now I get to pack.  I hear the ferries are delayed to Newfoundland.  But the island isn't going anywhere and I will make it at some point.  I could stress but what would that add to my life?  I will go.  I will enjoy the scenery along the way and I will be wherever I am 100%.

Infinite patience is what I practice and peace is the immediate result.






Comments

Anonymous said…
Wonderful post Breeze! And I am so happy that everything is working out as it should. You deserve that and more.
xoxoxo
Cheryl Radford said…
Congratulations Grandma! Dante is a dream come true.
Your philosophy, and practise of Infinite Patience, is a very valuable lesson for us all Breeze.
Love the post! Enjoy the trip in spite of the circumstances.
Oh this post has put my life (in its current state) back into perspective- thank you