Is almost over. Bruce the Spruce has served his purpose. I was lucky enough to watch the first four Harry Potter movies on Christmas Eve. I watched the Hobbit in 3-D at the Cinerama yesterday, with 48 frames per second, and I did not like it. Too much. We’re going to have a nice outing for NYE, but nothing crazy. This year is basically over, guys.
Man, what a ride it’s been. Most of this year was spent being so busy that I didn’t have time to think. Now, I’m busy, but not in a way that really occupies my mind. I’m doing menial tasks, building up to a lot of work that starts in 2013. The problem with this situation is that even when I have nothing to occupy my mind, it still finds a way to stay busy… it ruminates. It fixates. I’m trying to feed it good, healthy things that will produce sunshine, rainbows, unicorns, and light sabers, but I’m coming up with all of the things that could go wrong. Preparation is seriously one of the scariest things ever. It’s why clients usually panic or relapse before any actual changes occur. The idea of trying and failing is sometimes more paralyzing than giving it your all and failing spectacularly. If you don’t try, then you always have that nugget to hold to that change is possible late when you’re ready.
I’m ready. There is no better time than the present. I can’t sit here any longer and get things to work any better. I can’t fixate or ruminate about my future if I’m not actively pursuing it. So, it’s time to ramp myself up into this new endeavor. It’s time to take the plunge.
You’ll all know what I’m talking about soon enough. I’m sure you already do. It’s so close, I can taste it.