...that it was necessary self-care that I not scramble too much/deplete myself to get out of #RVA before the snow hit.
Today, as I realize officially that I won't get to Fort Worth. Or San Antonio. Or the drive through Austin. As I officially "bail" (loaded word in my head) on my first pop-ups ever and feel like I let myself and others down. Aaaand as I'm stuck in #snowmageddon instead of sunny Texas, I'm finding it hard to stop crying or beating up on myself.
Because I coulda. And I shoulda. And I didn't.
I took the dogs out for a walk. In large part so I could take some pictures and post from Superfun Yoga Pants. So the people "I'm letting down" would know that this really was beyond my control. (Oh the social media world we live in).
And in trying to decide what to caption the pic, I opened "Simple Abundance." Today's entry wasn't much help. Lol. Seems about right. But tomorrow's? Tomorrow's is entitled "Accepting Real Life."
... "What happens when we accept our circumstances? Well, first of all, we relax. Next we change our vibration, our energy pattern, and the rate of our heartbeat. Once again we're able to tap into the boundless positive energy of the Universe." ... "Whatever situation exists in your life right now, accept it." ...
I may have let some people down by not scrambling yesterday. But I also gave a few others the gift of less stress & more (self)love in their life. Myself included, assuming I can let go of the struggle.
The pop ups will be re-scheduled. They will happen more effortlessly. As they are supposed to.
I will get to Texas again. Many times. And we will launch San Antonio and Austin.
I have food in the refrigerator.
I have dogs to snuggle.
I have a warm shower, a yoga mat, and a meditation pillow that I'm going to go visit as soon as I stop typing.
I am going to feel what I feel. But I am also going to declare that I am ready to move on.
I am where I am supposed to be.
I am doing the best that I can.
I am enough.
I will silence the coulda's, the shoulda's, the I didn'ts.
And I will celebrate the good things.
Playing in the snow
*And pink dog snowsuits. I mean...