I just tweeted:
“Dizzy from phone call, emails and DM’s from friends. I am so very blessed. Must find a way to pay the Universe back for what I have.”
I’m now in the grips of a dizzy spell, one of the few that I’ve gotten from positivity rather than negativity.
I happily sit, wavering in my chair, because of the overwhelming sense of love and positivity sent my way this morning via text, phone call, DMs and emails.
It’s completely overwhelming, and I feel like a decadent king with huge piles of friendship on a banquet table in front of me. I dare not indulge too much, or I might burst.
There are a lot of things that I can’t share about the trip to Arkansas, for obvious reasons. While I am over the moon for the result, having Naughty Bear local again and having time with LT, it took a huge physical, emotional and psychological toll on me. No, really. Huge.
To immediately return into the arms of my husband and beloved friends this past weekend utterly and completely soothed my ragged edges and invigorated me for more, More, MORE!
To then have a seemingly random outpouring from a variety of sources today? It’s more than any one person could possible deserve or hope for.
If this is too Happy-Unicorn-Rainbow-Lovey-Dovey for you, have no fear. I’m sure I’ll be pissed or depressed about something soon enough and will share it here. But I feel compelled to share the joy when I feel it, too.
Bliss is attainable and I recommend that you open yourself up to it if you haven’t already.
/stumbles with a drunken swagger/
“I love you, man!”
3 replies on “Grateful, Not Bragging”
Awesomeness attracts great people… and you are very very awesome! 😀
Aw, thanks, Steve! Right back at ya! We’re really hoping to see you again in September. *Fingers, eyes and toes crossed*
That’s so sweet, Steve! Hoping to see you at D*C!