I have entered another snow globe phase. Not to say that much of life here, with me, had become settled in any respect. Its pieces had at least begun their drift down to the ground, though. Thomas and I are moving my stuff from my studio apartment to his house, which alone is enough to send me into a shake-up. But we are also trying to nail down a wedding date and make the first few big decisions that come in wedding planning. And considering getting a dog, in the next few weeks. All of these things are lovely and fantastic.
I am looking for more work, and it sounds like I may get another position in a facility affiliated with my current one. I am also considering “opening” my own “practice,” and by that I mean, taking on some individual clients. I recently got a gig as a substitute violinist in a wedding trio, and I am trying to learn more music for work.
All kinds of beginnings. Beginnings are exciting, but also intense and time-consuming (for me). Where do I concentrate? Where do I focus? Oh, and I’ve decided to register for my first half-marathon, coming this fall. Again, exciting, but exhausting. I get invested in work when I’m at work, but when I leave, I become consumed by home life (which is natural and probably best, I know), but, how do I divvy up my attention?
|Another snow globe|
I think I’ve had a lot of snow globe phases this year.
I will try to be nice to myself as all of these newnesses come to be. I am still a new music therapist in a new position, and I am still newly engaged (my favorite).
Anyway, I am happy to have all of my clothes in one physical space. That fact alone will make daily life easier. 🙂