For a girl who wakes nearly every night somewhere in the middle- when the stars are in their comfort zones, and the moon is caught up in conversation with the man up there- I relish this minute coming over me. The sleep is drawing near.
I know it is happening because I stop forwarding the songs on my Pandora, I have to read and reread a question for clarity, and I begin pausing to think and reflect and the ideas begin to flow. Oh, are you one of those whose ideas flow when you’re bright eyed and wide awake? hmm. weird. I don’t know what that’s like. I prefer my thoughts to be all over the place and forgotten by morning.
The weird thing is that although I forget writing even a word of whatever piece I am working on, it seems to turn out pretty sense making when I come back to it the next day. The sad thing is this is what it takes to make me stop bossing and for Jesus’ quiet spirit to finally be heard. oops. I am a work in progress.
Maybe if I had diamonds to wear all day long things would be different. Diamonds that glitter like stars in the sky. I say we try it; it’s a valid experiment.
Here’s a short glance at my stream of consciousness; don’t be scared.
That fire fighter. He loves me. I need to get him a card or something and write how grateful I am for him.
My neck hurts. I need to schedule myself a massage- oh. call the ENT for Elijah tomorrow.
My poor boy. I am so sad he has to get his broken nose fixed. So painful. I should get him a card or something and write how grateful I am for him.
I need to turn in my calendar for my Detroit project. I wonder who else wants to come to Detroit with us. Oh. shoot. We need to get our plane tickets and I need to pray God makes that money happen. “Your will, Father. I believe I am supposed to be there. Please find us the money we need.” I hope my boss is fine to give us that last day off. I am so grateful for my boss. I need to get him a card or something and write how grateful I am for him.
Ok, so what I write isn’t deep. But it makes sense. To me. And helps me remember to buy cards.