I try to put so many things in one day. Sometimes it’s a way to avoid thinking too long and hard on what is going on around me. Of course, I always have to come back to whatever it is I’ve put on hold.
One of my cousins (2nd, 3rd?) just lost a friend to cancer the other day. I left her a note and this morning I received a reply. Her friend battled 5 1/2 years but is “dancing through fields of lavender.” I like that.
Carefree. That’s what I received from that message. Live life care free.
Good lessons can be received in the simplest of ways. Perhaps I need to listen more intently to the lessons taught. Slow down. Take time to dance through fields of lavender.
But until the lavender fields are ready, today I teach my my class and then drive to an audition. I was called yesterday by a director who would like me to audition for Samuel Beckett’s “Endgame.” Of course, I said, “Yes.” After all, a long day allows me time to not think so hard.
Dancing through lavender fields would be so much more fun.