So, I went for it, that opportunity in my last post. I didn't think it was likely to work out. I wasn't really sure I wanted it to, but I went for it. I did it mostly to break free of the fear, but also just for the experience.
As it turns out, I didn't have enough of it -- experience, that is. But it's funny how taking an opportunity to examine your life and what you want to do with it can help you clarify just what it is that you do want to do, or what you want to try. I'm not making any major changes, but I'm stepping up my game just a little. I'm tired of coasting.
I don't know. Maybe it's my birthday that is quickly -- so quickly -- approaching. It's a milestone year, 40 is. I don't have any real anxiety about turning 40. In fact, I feel energized in some ways. Maybe part of it is that life feels like it's going by so quickly. Wasn't it just Monday night? And here it is Monday night again? I want to take advantage of as many opportunities as I can. Be the best I can be. Does that sound hokey? Maybe it's true that we get more sentimental, cheesier as we get older. Or maybe it's just an appreciation.
My husband threw a surprise party for me Saturday night. I was completely taken by surprise and it was so much fun hanging out with people from so many different parts of my life. I looked at my life and realized that you know what? I've got it pretty good. It's a good life. It's going to be a good year.
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