You could say this week has been the swingback week, the one where the doubts have set in big-time. I've looked at funds so far, funds to go, the energy I've had left over from work for fundraising efforts (none), the trouble of sychronising diaries with supporters (Herculean)... it's all feeling pretty much impossible...
So it feels crucial to note little synchronicities, such as pulling into the car park in town the other day and realising I had no change. I looked around - and a young man was scanning the car park for someone to donate his ticket to... I passed it on to a woman, too.
A voucher for a Thai foot massage throws up anomalies this morning - inherited from my leg break. The therapist advises me to get a Bowen Technique treatment to sort that out before I create more problems... This feels like a gift from the gods...
So maybe I just trust.
Maybe that's all it needs.
originally part of training/fundraising for the Hepatitis C Trust's Nepal trek. Now, sporadic musings...
- ► 2007 (63)
- Mainliners Mentoring Conference in Glasgow
- Dark & Dangerous Cabaret/Sunday Scratchings
- KIND OF KEROUAC SOLD OUT
- Not the late, great - the great LATE
- Private yet Public
- Number games - after 11 weeks
- Not the Lady of Shalott
- Keeping the Faith
- Inclement Weather
- Comfort Food and Concentration
- Donation Site
- Kathmandu or Die!
- Trek Website
- Kind of Kerouac
- Links - or not
- Looping back to fill in the gaps...
- The Mad March Hare's First Day of Spring
- ▼ March (17)