If you're bored, you're boring.
You've heard that saying, right? I think my mom may have said it to me when I was a terrible teen and pulling that typical "I'm boooorrrrred" teenager crap. You know... sulking around, writing horrible poetry (and thinking I was onto something brilliant!) and wondering why the world wasn't entertaining me that very instant. And of course my mom always followed it up by offering to "find me something to do" that usually involved cleaning something or mowing something else. (And yes, I plan on playing those cards with Veda some day. hee.)
Well, never in my life have I more strongly believed in that statement. That you're only bored if you're boring. Because dude. There. are. SO. many. interesting. things to do and see and read and write about and stare at and talk about and experience and swim in and taste and smell and cuddle and learn about.
I don't even know where to begin with it all! Cause most of my time, day and night, goes to hanging out and playing with Veda (which is totally where I want to be right now!). But when she goes down for sleeps my mind starts buzzing "Oh My God! What do I do first?!" Do I read one of the 3 books I'm into? Do I work? Do I sweep the floors (they ALWAYS need to be swept with three fuzzy butts running around)? Do I update my blog? Do I catch up on email? Do I run errands? Do I meditate? Do I do yoga? Do I shower? Do I .... well, you get the point. Life is NEVER dull.
And it all adds up to feeling so rich with life. So awesomely full and round that boredom could never be an option. That there is more to experience and know than I will ever begin to touch on. And that's exciting to me and keeps me on my toes.
And I can't wait to impart this richness to Veda when she can understand a bit of English. (Right now we're focusing on the drooling problem.) :)
What are you excited about doing?