Oh brain: go wander

Today has been a day for hiding away, for allowing my brain to wander.

Just now I am right in the middle of all the complexities, the questions, the hope, the excitement, the uncertainty, the dreams of matching. Instinctively I know that what I need right now is not to worry or try to make big decisions or even little decisions, but about collating ideas, allowing thoughts to dwell, letting my conscious and my subconscious slowly put things together while I feed in the ingredients of information and views, and then provide space and time for those thoughts to marinade.

I have had conversations online and offline about whys and wherefores. I have read a magazine, chatted about work, caught up on news of friends of friends, zoomed through Facebook, moved a sofa, watched a DVD.

Today is not a day for a long analytical blog post. Rather it is a day for gently observing that where I am is ok, that all is well and that all will be well.

And thus I shall sign off. I shall make hot chocolate, read a bit, and head for bed.

For a few minutes Oh Brain you were captured and put to work but now Go: I set you free again to wander.

About Pedalling Solo

I am a potential adopter in the UK, going it alone as they say. Somehow I've worked my way through lots of paperwork, done lots of learning, become an approved adopter, and navigated matching (hopefully). I am very much learning as I go. This blog is my opportunity to share my learning and experiences and maybe some random musings as I go along as well.
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2 Responses to Oh brain: go wander

  1. Colourful Carwen says:

    Totally totally love what u have written. And ur sooooo right we need days of unadulterated processing and non intense brain walking!!:-)

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