You know how much I love you, right? So much love.
I had a sort of all-night panic attack last night. It was really weird. I think the past month is catching up with me.
Yesterday, though, I experienced both extreme happiness and extreme anxiety.
I had a *fantastic* set of readings yesterday. I can’t tell you how wonderful doing this work can make me feel. I love you guys SO MUCH, and thank you SO MUCH for allowing me to do this work with and for you.
I love blogging, I *LOVE* podcasting, and if I could figure out a way to make a living from blogging, podcasting and doing readings, I would do that right now.
But I’m not there yet, and October has really piled on, y’all. So here’s what I’m going to do:
I’m going to take super-good care of the folks on my reading list. They have had to wait longer than anyone else so far for a reading. I’m going to put my creative time and energy into organizing readings for them, because the personal pay-off for me is not just a secondary income (which I am so grateful for and really need right now) but more importantly the healing and rejuvenating energy I experience during some readings completely changes my outlook on… everything.
I set a goal a while back to blog daily and podcast weekly. I LOVE doing that. But right now, I’m going to focus on clients first, and creating content second, just until I’ve stabilized my home situation. There will be blogging about that, for sure, we’re just a bit concerned for our safety right now.
So I am going to have to temporarily scale back on my writing. I’m going to keep posting weekly podcasts when possible. I’m a bit bummed at not being able to focus on what I *love* to do right now, but sometimes life kicks you in the ass and you have to turn your attention to the ass-kickers and take care of business.
Meanwhile, please send me jokes! Post jokes on this thread! I love jokes.
Here’s one to get you started:
4 thoughts on “So much love!”
One day, Jesus was sitting down drawing in the dirt and a mob of angry men came up to him with rocks in their hands dragging a woman along with them. The men told him that the woman had been caught in the act of adultery and that Mosaic Law requires that they stone her to death. They asked Jesus what he thought about that. He looked up from his dirt drawings and said to them, “He who is without sin shall cast the first stone.” All of a sudden, a rock falls out of the sky and hits the woman right on the head. Jesus looked up, scowled, and said, “I’m trying to make a point here, Dad!”
Lol! Good one!
an Englishman, a Scotsman, and an Irishman were sitting at a bar. The bartender pulled a pint for each, and each beer had a fly in it.
The Englishman fished out the fly, flicked it away, and took a swig.
The Scotsman drank the whole pint down, fly and all.
The Irishman grabbed the fly out of his beer and shouted at it “spit it out!”