A fabulous day and plans in action!

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I had a lovely day today … a wee visit from some friends, Catherine, Jennifer and Jenny and a picnic in the summerhouse with so much food that we all left with bags of it to take home (I bought pork pies, quiche and wee sausages,, Catherine and Jennifer brought cake and Jenny cooked home made sausage rolls, chocolate cookies, lemon drizzle cake and meringues!!).   Plans now afoot for a barbeque in the summer!

After they left I started planning a trip for a holiday in September … I have always wanted to do the NC500 and so I am going to do it! … well, mostly … I am going to travel in an anti clockwise direction, up the East Coast to John O’ Groats then across and down the West Coast, heading for Achmelvick,  Plockton and finally Aviemore.

I have been looking up camp sites (and prices!) and timing routes between various sites … I don’t want to drive more than 3 hours each day, so I have plenty of time to detour and stop off at various places en route.

I know I have a few wee trips planned before this one … but this will be the biggest… and one that I am really looking forward to!  Sprout will have a ball!.. and by September, after all my wee trips away, Alice Alice and I should be working like a fine tuned machine (hopefully!).

Letting go

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Over the past week or so, life has begun to fall into place again.  The pain and hurt that I felt have slipped away and I can see things in a clearer light and people for they are.

Letting go is never easy, suddenly your partner and best friend is gone, you are no longer in their life and you are replaced as easily as a broken mug.

But…acceptance does eventually come, and for me it was helped along by an email I recently received.  It made me realise that some people will deny the truth to play the victim and just added to the list of “I wonder if that was true” questions that I already had.

Suddenly, I am sleeping well again and the excitement of what the future might bring and all the plans I have made already are making me really smile.

Letting go is always hard, but sometimes it is a little thing like an email that gives you the key.

It is time for changes, now I have ripped up my list of “what if’s” and cleared my emotional junk, it is time to tackle the physical junk … and start afresh with a smile on my face!

Here’s to letting go, the biggest piece of freedom you can ever have!


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