Excitement doesn’t knock at your door any less when you’re older than when you’re younger. It’s just that when you’re younger, you’re more likely to open the door and let it in. With age, you start growing ambivalent about excitement. You might say that you want it, but at the same time you’re not sure you have the energy for it. Yet a surefire way to diminish your energy is to deny the Ultimate energy pill, which is participation in life itself.
I have good news. Finally, Ben’s ute has been freed from the shed that was damaged by the falling trees.
And, miracle of miracles, it hasn’ got a scratch on it.
Most of my crystals have survived intact too.
I spent a lot of yesterday happy dancing, in between sorting through boxes of rocks with Ben, and getting things ready to move so the shed can be demolished. Goodness, I forgot how many boxes of rocks were down there. And that doesn’t count our two storage sheds. Perhaps I might need to spend a bit of this down-time rock sorting! I could do that. 😊
Hugs, love and the great excitement of being a two-car family again. (The dogs in particular are ecstatic that their ute is safe and ready to take them on adventures.) Nicole xx