Yet Another Morning

I’m awake and terrified.  OK, not terrified as in senseless shaking.  No rather I take a look at my various todo lists, and my non-empty inbox, and that brings terror in the form of urgency.  I guess I should be used to that already.  In the past I just ignored tasks, like one ignores imperfections.  But once you get them written down and place said list beside you… then they just sit there, glaring at you all gnarly and troll-like.  And the question that comes down to which do I deal with first?  GTD methodology says prioritize, assign to projects, delegate and so on.  Easy to say, but tasks all look alike at times.  And since I decided I wouldn’t sweep things under the rug, I wring my hands trying to deal with the underlying issue.

It was a busy weekend.  Plants got planted.  Allergic reactions came and went.  Some attempts at cleaning house occurred.  Some attempts proved more successful than others.  I hope no one felt ignored.  I rushed around but all my own work rested on the side.  And as I look at the upcoming days, and the decisions, and the work…  I feel exasperated.  And I’m going to be a bit older, very, very soon also adds a bit more motivation to my work.

Fortunately, I feel upbeat and positive today.  I realized yesterday that one of my anxieties proved unfound, and unlikely to occur.  Dealing with this anxiety should bring much serenity, peace and calm into my life.  This in turn will give me more energy and help me iron those last few wrinkles in my character.  Sigh…  Anyways I turn to watch the sun shimmer in the steel, grey sky and I know today will be a good day.