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.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Walking on Wednesday ~ My Fuzzy Socks ~ NaBloWriMo Day 9

My Fuzzy Socks
photo courtesy of Raige Creations
Something about putting on my fuzzy socks comforts me. 

When the fall comes, they are the first thing I put on in the dark hours of the morning. 
With my fuzzy socks on, I don't feel the chill.
With my fuzzy socks on, I can tackle the day.
They are warm, comfy, cozy. 

They signify the change of season, the colder weather.
They remind me how wonderful cuddling under hubby's quilt is.

They make me feel the comfort of togetherness that comes when it gets dark earlier, it gets colder, and the holidays mean family time together. 

They make me feel like staying in them all day, cooking, baking, just being at home.
I can't wear them with any shoes, they are too fluffy. 
When I have them on, I am not going anywhere.
They make me feel like staying in them all day, writing witty things, writing compelling stories, creating anything really. 

So, here I am, typing nonsense about my wonderful fuzzy socks. 

I am warm, cozy, comfortable.

Thank goodness for fuzzy socks.

Do you have your own fuzzy sock experience? Anything that helps you accept the transition to the colder weather? 

2 comments:

  1. cozy! Where'd you get those? I had some socks that were cozy until I slipped in them, broke my coffee cup and nearly broke my back falling into a wall. I need those socks with the suction things on the bottom you get only in hospitals:(

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  2. oh no, Sandra! These were actually a gift, but check stores like Target, I think I have seen socks like these with rubber on them. Maybe Walmart, but probably Target or some other store like that.

    My floors aren't that clean to slip on...lol.

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