(among other things, this quote makes me particularly excited about the workshops! mind blowing things coming with those people. A couple of seats open in Seattle if you're interested.)
"Often the difference between a successful person and a failure is not that one has better abilities or ideas, but the courage that one has to bet on one's ideas, to take a calculated risk- and to act"
- Andre Malraux
the bottom line is,
I am neck deep in magic.
I'm working on millions of projects simultaneously.
. . . each of which really could be a full time job in and of itself.
Some of which are purely awesome and wonderful.
Some of which scare the dung out of me,
and have a high probability of landing me flat on my chubby kiester.
though I will proudly mention that said kiester
is in fact 32 lbs lighter than it was only a few short months ago.
(as I've mentioned before, baby fat + no baby = insult.to.injury
and also = plenty of incentive to work hard and get healthy, quick).
despite the risk, all these projects make me feel
alive and excited beyond words.
and I'm brave.
I've been proving that to myself
since that dreaded one.
and I'm only a little shy to tell you how proud of myself that makes me.
feeling thankful that I inherently have a high tolerance for risk
and. . . still feeling the weight of the scaries I'm consciously walking right into.
but again, it's time.
and I'm brave.
loving the ends.
loving the new beginnings.
welcoming it all.
PS. hey YOU, go for it!