Photo by Me, Cheryl Larkin, Edited To Add Quote
Well here we are, 2 years have passed since I met Giselle and WOW! what a 2 years it has been. I have certainly changed a lot and my world is a bit a different. Or my thinking about the world has changed. Either way, I do feel like I am living in a different world than before.
I do not think I could have scripted a better story for my life, although I know someone did. 😉
Photo by Me, Cheryl Larkin, edited to add quote.
I had been having a really rough time, accepting a job I really didn’t want that has me working in crappy conditions for way too low pay, but it was the only place that offered me a job, so I had to take it. This sent me into a big spiritual crisis for many reasons.
It has been a tough time, but then one day at work I heard the song Life Ain’t Always Beautiful by Gary Allan and it really touched me. I hadn’t heard that song in many many years but there it was playing just for me.
Giselle as ‘Death’ From The Death Monologues
Well I saw Giselle’s show The Death Monologues and I have to say I was surprised by how much it affected me. It was Stunning, intense, emotional, funny and brilliant. I loved it.
Death was so likeable but shared very profound words. IT is hard to truly describe fully what I felt and what I thought. I know that my views are changing about death. It is sinking in that death is not the enemy.
Photo taken by me, Cheryl Larkin
I was talking with my daughter the other day and she was telling me a story that ended with her saying, I know that is completely irrelevant, but she said it with a smile. So I replied:
“Anything that makes you smile is not irrelevant.”
A simple statement that I then tweeted and it has been my most retweeted and favortied tweet. It is interesting to me how something that just flowed so easily from my mouth has touched so many other people. I love it.
Photo I Took Of A Sculpture I Made
I have been filled with more ambition and drive lately to really get things going with selling my art and offering Energy Healing Services. I have loved this feeling but I am certainly fighting the Instant Gratification Need.
I ordered business cards and now a week later am getting impatient because they have not arrived yet.