Well, I survived the hike. Actually, I thoroughly enjoyed it. That was the greatest time of my day - my seven hour day! I can hardly sit up. I may take a shower and just go to bed. I'm sure I won't be able to sleep but I do need to chill. I've been gone since 8:30 this morning.
Suddenly, my part-time job has taken a full-time swing!
Some of the work is temporary. But much of it is ongoing.
And I got another new daily client today. Plus a once-in-a-while
client wants me two days a week ongoing. This is insane.
And I still say, keep it coming! I'm laughing like a giddy
child. I feel like I've hit the lottery. The work is so
rewarding - on many levels.
I imagine a month of being on my feet and in my car for seven or
eight hours a day might wear on me. But today, I don't even care
that my legs are throbbing. I know I'm building strength.
This is the most important time for me to be taking care of
myself. So I'm eating well, drinking lots of water and getting as
much rest as my body will allow.
I feel as though something has clicked. As if all parts of
me are aligned and working together - mind, body and spirit. I
couldn't be more grateful or more humbled as I am in this moment.