I am letting a friend of mine be my inspiration to blog more often. I often think of things to muse or write about when I am walking around the building at work. I sometimes get inspiration when driving or listening to the radio or even when thinking about the day before sleeping. But rarely when I am here on the computer or checking out my “peeps” on FaceBook.
This spring I have totally lacked inspiration. I have not even started to think about a garden. I finally planted the Hyacinth that Megan and I purchased about two weeks ago last night. I have so many projects that I am totally overwhelmed by them. Many have been started, but not finished and many more are just hanging out in my head. I have started writing again, but need to have the time and money to do the research. And worst of all, I have studied and meditated myself into a spiritual corner. I have searched for truth and the truth I have found has left me feeling hollow.
I am post-menopausal and wonder if that is part of the problem. From the research I have done I can find issues about serotonin absorption , B12 absorption , and other issues that cause depression in post-menopausal women. But I so far have not found a magic pill or combination to resolve my “slump.”
I have many reasons to be happy. I have a wonderful husband. My eldest daughter has moved back to Tennessee with my son-in-law and grandson Sion. I have a wonderful home and wonderful spiritual support system. I have people I love and people who love me. I have activities with wonderful and inspiring people to keep me busy.
Over the last several days I have had several meaningful cardinal sightings. I am hoping that is a good sign. I will keep trying and I will find a solution.