There’s something missing in my brain that makes it impossible for me to visualize how things might be, physically, spatially, were I to make some changes
For example, I cannot look at a dress pattern and a swatch of fabric and imagine the one made from the other -- I cannot see the finished product. Nor can I take an inch square wallpaper sample and imagine my living room transformed – I just see my existing blank wall with a one-inch piece of paper taped on it.
So – I couldn’t possibly envision how a ten pound, compact, force of nature could alter my world. But in less than forty-eight hours, life on planet-Ellen has changed dramatically.
With the energy to activate a super-collider, puppy has moved in. What wasn’t, is. What was missing, isn’t. There is life and movement (yeah, buddy, a WHOLE lot of movement), sound, power, and joy.
My friend, CAREN4U, I love her posts, has been writing about her cross-country move. It looks like her possessions may actually go ahead and follow her now. I know she’ll be creative as she tries to accommodate the furniture into new spaces.
When we add more to our existing structure and routines, we wonder if it’ll fit – how can we add any more time, stuff, anything
to our days than is already there?
I suspect, when it comes to wonderful? We can always make some more room!
I wish you all a wonder-filled day.