1. why do i care about my age? (i’d rather be a person who forgets how old i am and has to arithmetically calculate my age between the current calendar year and 1973. i’d also rather be one of those people who didn’t care about celebrating birthdays or incessantly telling everyone that my birthday is approaching.)
2. how do i become the person i claim i’d rather be?
things i’d like to pay more attention to in the next few days and for the following year:
my health, art, color, light, angels masquerading as friends and helpful strangers
things i’d like to forget in the next few days and for the following year:
fear, insecurity, past mistakes, old limitations
in the next few days and for the following year:
i’d like to feel more grateful for lessons learned, experience gained, love given and love received.
i’d like to give away more hugs, face-stretching wrinkle-creating smiles, shiny sparkles, glittering magic, and wishes granted.
i’d like to receive more gentleness, tenderness, and compassionate understanding.
i’d like to experience more silence, trust, and miracles.
i’d like to open to more possibilities, opportunities, and synchronistic synergy.
i’d like to risk gushing my full sappy spontaneous tears, wild hand-clapping butt-wiggling enthusiasm, and long-exhaling deeply releasing sighs.