The morning light slowly awakens the world. As the sun creeps into the sky I walk. Alone. Past homes, and fields, and a lone farm — a farm that was there long before the homes crowded around it. My thoughts are restless. Anxious. I know when I step back into my home that my list of to-do’s will be longer than I can accomplish.
You need to get back. You’re having company today. Think of the list to you have to do. If you were better, or did stuff like others maybe you’d be caught up.
My feet keep moving — forward. The sun is trying to burn through the layer of early spring morning fog. Drops of mist coat my hair, causing the once-straightened strands to regain their natural curl. Nature wins.
How do you reset your mind? A walk? A drive? Coffee? Prayer? Laughter?
I’d love to hear your ways of regaining clarity in the everyday.