Yesterday, my managers and I decided this: I won’t be returning to work for at least two more weeks. That is, I am committing completely to my not-so-secret identity of Super Recovery Woman,* as I continue to heal from pneumonia.
Looking ahead to that two weeks, I’m not sure what to expect.
But, that’s always true as we look into the near (and far) future, isn’t it?
As always, I will do my best to redirect my thoughts back to the present moment, as those thoughts go into the future and into the past.
In the here and now, I want to show you this:
I saw that yesterday. That felt like a first to me: to be offered such a beautiful and large range of choices, to take what I need.
As I took that all in, I also noticed the older, incomplete set of choices, sticking out below and behind.
Do you see that, now?
For whatever reasons, I chose from that smaller set, as follows:
Sometimes, even when we have limited options, we can still get what we need.
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