Be free-floating, allowing the situation to surround you, and be in it. Take in the full surroundings, including the temperature of the water.
This may bring incredible clarity, presence and focus. This is what is means to be a jellyfish.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Music Monday! Unwell

I'm not crazy, I'm just a little unwell. Or - am I crazy?
.... sometimes I wonder about myself....

Thanks to this Matchbox Twenty song, I am starting to convince myself I may be a little bit crazy.

I am not seeing things (yet) but I do talk to myself quite a bit. I try not to in public, but at the grocery store sometimes...well...I just have to discuss with myself if we really need those cookies, or ask myself 'what kind of cereal do the kids like again?'

I also love shadows. Have I made friends with them? Perhaps.

And I most definitely hear voices telling me I should get some sleep because tomorrow might be good for something.


I don't often talk in my sleep. Hubby does that more often than me.
In fact, he once told me the cat was driving, and then mumbled and mumbled so I am not sure where they were driving to.

So do these things make me crazy - or not?

Lately, I do feel like I am going a little bit crazy trying to get ready for The Big Love Fest, where Raige will be May 6th in downtown Asheville. 

How many Toekini's are enough? Should I try a new pattern, or just make Toekini's? Do I have enough mosaics? Do I have too many different directions here?? 
        
I will be spreading the fun with Toekini's, introducing Turn Peace Around to the local crowd (more on that later this week), and showing off some mosaics, plus offering some hand painted and decorated planter pots with some Trumpet Creepers Vines we grew ourselves.  (hopefully selling a bunch of each along the way). 

Not to mention that I have heard this same song on the radio almost every time I was in the car driving somewhere last week.

Including yesterday morning when I heard it unexpectedly on the local radio station that has 'Acoustic Sunrise' on Sunday's. It was the 'unplugged' version.

So from being stuck in my head, may it enter yours, and then you can say - 

Pretty soon they'll come to get me 
Yeah, they're taking me away

5 comments:

  1. Oh, I hope you do super at the show! And crazy is good. It keeps us sane.

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  2. Sounds like you need a HUG! (sending you one - no make that three!)
    Grandmother Carolyn

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  3. Shows make us all crazy - but once it's over, take a day off to relax and enjoy something totally unrelated. Then move on with the new projects.
    Glad to see you got the charms okay - can't wait to see how they come out on the Toekinis :)
    ~Sunfire

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  4. I feel like I am going crazy all the time, especially with all that I do and take on.... but I try to keep reminding myself that variety is a good thing. I don't know what direction I am going from day to day... but I try to accomplish something each day. Of course I wish you all the luck in the world with your upcoming :-)

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  5. Its the people that think they're normal that we need to watch out for :-)

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