Yesterday, when I was in San Francisco Bay area with my friend-since-single-digit-ages Lawry, I spilled some things.
- olive oil,
- thoughts, and
Much to my relief and delight, Lawry and his wonderful wife Patty did not seem to mind any of those spills. I hereby award them Best Supporting Oscars for supporting me in my spilling during the Oscar Ceremony.
Sometimes, I have spill-o-phobia (mentioned before in this here post). As with any phobia and fear, I would like to let go of that, especially since I’ll be attending a group psychotherapy conference in San Francisco, starting tomorrow. During that conference, I will be learning about group therapy by participating in group therapy with other group therapists. And, like any other group therapy member, I will benefit greatly if I let go of the fear of spilling in front of strangers.
Here’s something else I want to spill:
It’s my son Aaron’s 17th birthday, today!
This is the first time Aaron and I have spent his birthday away from each other. And we are VERY far away. Right now, he is spilling in the land of ice-and-snow on the East Coast and I am spilling in the land of warmth-and-beauty in California.
More spilling, from me:
No matter how far apart my son and I might be, I love and respect him, very much.
Now I’d like to spill, in this post, some warmth and beauty from yesterday:
I hope you know you can spill whatever thoughts, feelings, and other reactions you have, in the comment section below.
Gotta go spill in the Bay Area, during another beautiful day!
A huge spill of thanks to Aaron, Lawry, Patty, San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge, all the people and creatures I saw yesterday, and an extra spill of gratitude to you, for whatever you’re spilling, wherever you are.