"There are years that ask questions and years that answer. -Zora Neale Hurston
I can scarcely believe it is already the end of the year , and while I thought about writing a ' best of' roundup, I really don't have it in me. This week has been a series of ups and downs, especially for my dear little daughter, who simply fell over her own feet yesterday (in our small living room) and hit the base of the computer chair, damaging her two top front teeth. I have 'saved' her on many occasions from damaging her over-confident little self, although sometimes it just happens in the blink of an eye. I am of course racked with guilt, feeling terribly sad for her (its very hard seeing her in pain) and also a bundle of nerves. Yesterday we went to A & E (emergency room) but they couldn't do anything for her. And today it was an emergency dental visit, but they also said there was nothing to be done due to her age and the baby teeth.
One tooth has been broken and both have been pushed up into her gums. They may come back down, they may go black and fall out, or they may need extracting at a later date. We have to wait and see when they fall out around age 6 or so, to determine if her permenant teeth have been damaged. So last night was one of the worst I've had in a long time. As I lay in bed hating everything and feeling extremely down, I forced my mind out of its slump and began to look toward the positive changes I can bring about.
So with the law of attraction in mind, and the philosophy of ask and it is given, and the power of positive thinking, I'm sending out my wishlist to the universe. For me, the new year will be about reclaiming that which has been put on hiatus. I will be focusing on my holistic training, furthering my long held beliefs into action, I will learn to drive (over here!!) and drive to some places like London and Edinburgh. I am visualising our own home, or one that we can adapt to us, one that has adequate space, a large kitchen for gathering and cooking, views of the countryside, friendly neighbors and won't break the bank.
Each person has to decide what's right for themselves, but in my thoughts I am also wishing for more fulfilling and less back-breaking work with my husband's business, for each of my children to become that much happier, confident and content in the new year, and of course for all my friends near or far to have that which their hearts most desire. Blessed Be. Happy New Year.