Welcome December: Calling It In
Copyrighted by Lorna Tedder. Originally published in Third Degree Below.
You won’t know if you have what you want unless you know what it looks like or feels like. So, as I welcome in the last month of December 2006, I send out the following “wishlist” and call in the energies to bring me the following, in no particular order of importance or chronology:
– In this month, I have 3 kid-free weekends, including New Year’s Eve. I put it out to the Universe to receive some fun invitations, something low-key and pleasant, whether it’s a weekend trip to Epcot, a holiday cruise, a concert, a walk on the beach, whatever. I call in a few days or evenings of fun, either in town or out of it. Come on, Universe: surprise me!
– I call in a pleasant visit with my parents/family around Christmas, including a walk in the woods or in the fields or some other way that brings me close to Nature.
– I call in a beautiful home over the holidays, stressfree and pleasant.
– I call in a resolution to my roofer problems and a check for damage reimbursement.
– I call in wonderful, mentally stimulating conversation.
– I call in a finish to my fall cleaning and straightening that will leave me feeling lighter and happier.
– I call in fun reunions with old friends and blessed gatherings with new ones.
– I call in some pleasant nights under the stars or maybe with my toes in the sand.
– I call in a protected, less stressful time at work.
– I call in good health and strong, heel-worthy legs!
– I call in fun new experiences and interesting new knowledge.
– I call in the completion of at least 3 book projects currently in whatever stage (completion defined as out to the printers, at least).
– I call in feeling good and happiness for my girls and for myself.
– I call in more protection to help a couple of friends stay safe and grounded amid a transition as they claim/reclaim their power.
– I call in lots of book sales
– I call in strength and serenity for my mom.
– I call in an utterly surprising and wonderful moment that will sweep me off my feet (Universe’s Choice!)
Hmm, so there. It boils down to productivity, joy, and—something I don’t get enough of—fun.