I had a dramatic realization the other day.
I am exactly where I am supposed to be. Not waiting on the future. Not haunted by the past. Just here, now, in the present. Being.
And being what I am being (rather than doing what I am doing). Is weaving itself into my future. Opportunities arise.
I have time to volunteer, participate, be engaged. And in a way that supports the variety of interests (and strengths) that comprise myself.
In the weeks ahead, I am dabbling in projects. Building my networks. Honoring who I am.
I will be serving as a judge for the North Dakota Junior Duck Stamp Competition at the Audubon National Wildlife Refuge next week.
The week after that, I will be working on the final installations of for the Grand Opening of the DPRCA Upstage Gallery.
And in mid-April, I will be attending the Dakota Grown Local Foods Conference and participating as an onsite blogger.
Each of these projects do not feel as though they are work. They are part of my being and I have a feeling that each will lead me to meet even more wonderful people who will be part of my journey, in some way. But, now is now. I trust that I am where I am, because I am where I am supposed to be.
That little shift in perspective changes everything. How I view myself, my family, my friends, and the world. It isn’t about what I chose to do. It’s about how I choose to be. How grateful I am!