Saturday, March 16, 2013

Week 11 - The Possibilities are Endless

I missed last week.  But, I'm okay with that.  My life has been a little bit off kilter lately.  But, again, I'm okay with that.

I made up for it this week by exercising.  I hate admitting that exercise actually makes me feel like a more positive, productive and overall normal human being.  But, it does. I'm okay with that.

While out for a run today, I saw this bit of junk and saw the possibilities.  It's a flower.  It's flowing.  It's paper.  It's layers and layers of exploration.  After a few miles (okay, just two) my mind was 100% off of work and the frustration and ludicrous (my boss's word) issues we've been working lately and fully engaged in the world around me.  A little '80s rock in some new kickass headphones helped, but I didn't even have to try to see things more clearly.  They were just there...in a pile of construction trash.

I'm ready to move.  Okay, not really.  I'm mentally ready to move to a new job, but I have a lot to do to transition. The possibilities, though, are amazing...and that's what matters this week!!
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18 comments:

  1. So cool the way the prompts seem to just fit into our lives. Great post.

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  2. Great picture for this week's prompt! You always seem to have such a positive attitude - best of luck in your transition!

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  3. Awesome post....keep up the positive attitude! If there is one thing I have learned in life, when a door closes, God ALWAYS opens another. Maybe not as quick as we would like, but it is there

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  4. Awesome shot! I can indeed see the flower, and other infinite possibilities in this pile as well. How fitting is the timing of this post and how cool for your to face it with such an open mind - truly endless are those possibilities that lie ahead.

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  5. Love your garbage rose! There are possibilities everywhere.

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  6. beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder!! who would have thought a pile of rubbish could become a rose...? gorgeous!

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  7. Very cool photo! Looks like a rose. Interesting that you saw it even though you were focused (pun intended) on something else.

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  8. Great that you had that breakthrough. Nice to be fully engaged once in a while (it would be better if it happened all the time...).

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  9. What a good eye you have to see the beauty in that pile of junk. Great phot.

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  10. It is interesting to note that while your life could be negative, you have chosen to see endless possibilities and that is such a positive way to move forward! Great photo and like you, I see beauty in that piece of trash.

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  11. Loved reading how that run changed your state of mind! A bit of physical activity does do wonders! And I think my post for this week is perfect for you...do come visit :)

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  12. Thankful that your life is not negative - just a few floaters around you. .. You are going to be a wonderful blessing to your new post! And I'm going to MISS your nearness. . .!!!!! But the Prius is getting 48 MPG on winter mix gas. . .I think it is having new life, too!!! Wonderful post/photo! And have a wonderful life, little sister!

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  13. I can't wait to get to the point when exercise makes me feel good!! I love your photo and the possibilities you see.

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  14. I really love this photo. I found myself staring at it and wondering what it was also. I totally see the flower and the layers.

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  15. You go girl! LOVE your post.

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  16. A new direction, a new challenge. Best of luck to you.

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  17. Wow Jen you did good with endless possibilities. You found beauty in trash. Best of luck in your move.

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  18. Talk about infinite possibilities! I hope that your change in employment treats you well.

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