Thursday Doors: Reopen

It’s Thursday! It’s time to share some doors! After a (not-so-brief) hiatus, I have returned. Autumn began early, in September, and I ventured out with my phone (still need to take the DSLR out). Then summer reared its ugly head again, but I didn’t let that stop me!  I have photos to sort and post in the coming weeks. YAY! Today, I’m reopening the doors, so to speak — with one that keeps in the spirit of the me-me-me work I’m doing this Autumn.

In addition to the meditation, and the empath workshop I’m taking, I recently went some place I go every now and again. It’s a place I’ve been to more regularly in the past, but now, I stop in every now and then, when needed.

With all the stress of adulting (things I’m working on changing while I’m working on things to help me deal with all of the soul-sucking adulting crap I’m enjoying at the moment), twas time for a tune-up. And so I opened this door:

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Needless to say, I’m rusty with my photo-taking skills. Plus, I rushed, I didn’t want to take it from the front, in case my flash went off accidentally. And it was just about time for the door to open when I thought to take the pic!

Well, it’s a start. Ahhhhhhh. Back to things that make me feel like me… … …


This post is one of many through Thursday Doors by Norm Frampton. See other doors — from around the world — on his weekly linkup and/or on the Twitter at #ThursdayDoors. See more of my doors here.

10 thoughts on “Thursday Doors: Reopen

      1. Thanks for the info. I’m highly sensitive, often understanding people better than they know themselves. Empathetic, fey, observant– I’ve been told I’m these. The course looks fascinating. I’ll be interested in knowing your takeaways from it once you’ve completed it.

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  1. Great you’re back! The stress of adulting? I didn’t know adulting was supposed to be stressful (smile). I guess I skated smilingly through there till I am at the place where I wanted to be… hope it will get easier for you!

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    1. Thanks, Jesh. Working on eliminating one huge stress, then I think all will be well. It’s a journey. Had to go through this to get where I want to go. Thanks for the welcome back and good thoughts!

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