Sunday, 8 January 2012


Considering who I am.

Considering what I need

Considering how I function.

Unscrambling thoughts as well as de-cluttering my living and working space.

I need to love and give and care, but I also need my own physical and mental space.

I like to work with and share decisions, but not to be ordered about and have things demanded of me.

I'm probably just like everyone else then!


Hawthorn said...

It is a thin line we tread, a thin line that we need xx

Zhoen said...

First rule of water safety, make sure you are stable, or you just wind up with two stiffs in the water.

Make sure you are in a good place, in order to be of any use to anyone else. It's not selfish, it's essential.

You know this, I'm just echoing.

WV: blesedd.

seafringededge said...

May be! I think I can identify with all those things, but also know I can be mutable which has got me into deep water at times. The more I live on my own the less mutable I become. Nasty old crone me!

Mouse said...

certainly like me

wouldn't it be nice to be in a relationship but to maintain separate homes, spaces, lives and only be together when you really wanted to be rather than from habit/convenience etc

madpotter1 said...

Had my best friend tell me long ago; you are the most single married person I know. He has the boat and I have the garden and pottery. When I married him30 years ago thought I'd suffocate and left more than once, been an unconventional journey but looking back, so far it has worked out pretty well :)

Many good wishes on your journey!

Andrea Ingram said...

Mindfulness meditation. It helps

gz said...

It does, Andrea. ((hug)) Thankyou.

As does de-cluttering. Making a physical space to think.

Omi said...

It's good to consider. Physical de-cluttering is great mind therapy, I agree. x