Well isn't this going to be a snappy blog!!!
There are new jelly tots out that are coated in chocolate and Mr Unexpected and myself have planned the whole day around climbing into bed, talking about our exciting plans for our beautiful home and imagining our magical futures. Okay, so Mr Unexpected just wants the jelly tots and I want to do all the mushy talking stuff.
Today has been a mixture of overwhelming excitement and crazy frustration. Greggie is back and it was eggs and soldiers and setting the wheels in motion for making things happen in Lifeology. On the other hand, Blackberry has been on the blink all day and I couldn't plan for my social media Tuesday, so another Tuesday has passed without attendees ... boy, have I been daydreaming about a waiting list and a breakfast every Tuesday.
Am I on track with 'project me'? That's what I've been asking myself all day. It's simple ... 'project me' is about being conscious of our?existence?and taking responsibility for who we are, where we are and why we are. It's kinda like gravity ... we are own projects whether we are aware of it or not.
I am ...
Today, when I was strolling through our new home and Mr Unexpected was imagining where future would go, what the walls would look like with a fresh coat of paint and describing his workshop that's going to be his own space, I watched my project in action.
I know that a few people don't see the compatibility between Mr Unexpected and myself and I'm sure there are a few that don't see us lasting forever. Not so long ago I wouldn't have trusted my heart or my instincts. I would have looked at the silly things I get frustrated with my man about and then I would have combined it with anything I could be an excuse to not just go with the flow but today I got lost in my daydream and it lasts forever.
'Project me' has given me the joy of watching my life, my choices and my fears and the?culmination?of it all is the happiest girl in the world, climbing into bed with the love of my life, eating chocolate coated jelly tots and planning our new home ... and where the dragon is going to go!